Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Strawberries. Vol. 93 STARKE FLORIDA 1Se Of Heaven

No. 43 Thursday, May 25, 1972 Copy


Circuit Court = :

iiIzicT Apportionment :

; Trial Term

, r. Plan Termed L

Begins Mon.Fourteen ; j:

trials are on the docket !

for the Spring Term of Circuit Court Power Grab ,

set to begin at 9130 a.m. Monday May re Y Ja

29, In the Bradford County Courthousewith

Judge George L. Patten presld-' !

ing.- ShawJoins !

In what Is expected to be a FSP Inmates, are scheduled to '
routine session, eight escape be tried after pleading Innocent Brad Carter 1<
trials are scheduled, plus three to escape from the prison last ,
assault trials. Other charges Oct 28. Keene entered his a ,4 V 't $.1\Tt
are stolen auto, receiving stolen on the grounds of insan I
property; and possession plea;
,of a moonshine still. Protest"The 1
Other trials scheduled May Heads BHS
,Trials have not yet be. 29 are:
scheduled In cases arraigned
May, 15, Including the first (See Page 12)) present re-
,degree murder case of Flor- apportionment plan '
ida State Prison Inmate Mal-, is a bold attempt on .t
acid Timmons Indicted by a 3 Plead Student BodySenior
Bradford grand Jury for( the the part of some pea ,

stabbing of Lester LeRoy Rid h,' 'x xpr + pie in South Florida I
dle a fellow Inmate with a
InnocentIn to further reduce representation -
14-inch sharp pointed stick
Brad Carter, son of Mr. and
carved from a ladle. Tlnunons in North I
Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. of Starke has
was arraigned Monday, pled
Florida and increase -
Innocent and was given 15 days Union been elected 1972-73 president of the ,
In hlch to file motions. their power,"
1 Bradford High School Student Council.
Expected to be tried first states Rep. Eugene

Monday after a Jury Is selected ExtortionThree Carter defeated Willie Strongof Shaw DStarke.Shaw .
is the case of Berkey San- Lincoln City; in Starke in
ders who has pleaded inno- charged with elections held Monday, May 15. and Rep. Wayne Hol- H
''j vent to aggravated assault upon people Students voted In booths bor- q lingsworth, D-Lake City, are ij

i Maggie Reid on Oct. 29,. 1971. conspiracy tion against Union to commit County;extor-Sheriff And those little piggies found a place. to sleep In the food box.Locat. rowed from the county; and by ,. ,, part of a bipartisan group of .
1 The case was originally scheduled not secret ballot, making the elections 30 legislators which has successfully -
to be tried Feb. 15, then John Whitehead pled as realistic as possible. petitioned the Flo-
In arraignment proceedings -
" reset for May 29.' guilty; rida Supreme Court to
was About 60 percent of the 1,000 consider -
__Sander-'1 also charged with _before.... Circuit' JudgewGtlorg..Lr. students voted.,. a plea for a rehearing
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constitutionality of Flori- J,
possession( of a stolen outbtaftT Monday. \ :Junior Jimmy Cauley was elected -< on ;
-.,,jmotor. Johnnie L. McRaaa/k/a) 70\ vice-president over Alvin da's 40-senator 120-represen-
Johnnie Stubbs a/k/a .Johnnie The three defendants:-- Joe Couple Pigs Golden. tatlve reapportionment plan
Gross, plead guilty; In the motor Reddish, a convicted murderer Sophomore lane Gaskins s, r k held.. valid .by the High Court
case with Sanders and now serving double life sen- Lawtey, was elected treasurer two weeks ago. Chief'JusticeB.
has been sentenced to an Indeterminate tences; Carson Grlffls, a state in a three-way run-ortwlth Nell K. Roberts says It will
sentence of six prison guard; and Lillian Llou- Golden and Delphrin Bright. be the end of the week before

months Appalachee f to.; two Correctional years elected secretary In
coerce Sheriff Whitehead to Try year, was the rehearing. Questioned 1s
Intercede with pardon board voting held In the Bradford Mid- the Court's contention( that the
In companion( cases Ronald officials to obtain a pardonor dle School. plan's combination of single
Eugene Rem, 32, and Joseph work-release status for President Carter Is best and multimember districtsare
A. Troncoso, 27, two Florida Reddish. sure beats City; life," high school. The couple made "You Just can't help but known as a BUS athlete, being no "per se (on its face)
State Prison Inmates are scheduled -, says Marla Douglas, compar- the move from Jacksonville two admire somebody like that an outstanding fullback and defensive Brad Carter unconstitutional."
to be tried for assault Judge Patten accepted the ing her life-style; In rural ago. trying to get a start," Taylor end on the Tornado
upon an officer by a state pri pleas and set the trial for Bradford County; with that of years They hacked three acres out said. A hog farmer Is a rare football team and the Class 3A In the 165-181 pound class. A Objections In the present re-
soner. The complaints are the week of August 14. the City; of Jacksonville, the of the woods and built hog breed these days, he admitted.An state champion weight lifters B-student, he is planning to apportionment Shaw plan, as stated
by Rep. are:
signed by U. R.. K. Griffis for Reddish was returned to the city; of half a million where pens. The small farm also seek a career In criminologyIn
an Oct. 25 attack on Correc- Ralford State Prison where he she lived until two years ago. Includes a cow, to provide milk college and Is a memberof -Too many county; lines are
tional Officer R.K. Grtffls with is serving consecutive life for the piglets, a turkey,ducks, J the Science and Interact broken under the House plan.
glass and a broom stick. Both terms, plus ten years, and the Mrs. Douglas Is mother to'a and chickens. There is alsoa -Voting power In strode mem-
(S.. Page 12))
have pleaded not guilty by reason 10-year-old son and 70-odd
two other defendants were each healthy garden carved from A ber districts Is diluted com-
of Insanity pigs For the past few weeks In which 'A V% f
released under $10,000 bond. the pine grove they pared to multimember districts
she has been getting
Robert Bruce, another FSP Reddish was convicted on first up sev- have settled. where one voter votes for as
Inmate, Is scheduled to be degree murder charges for the ereal feed the times five a night new litters to bottle of ''They are the first farm Man JailedIn many as six House members.

tried for escape. Bruce has slaying of Union County; deputy; piglets animals Mrs. Douglas has -Both House and Senate plans
pled Innocent to escape, but Sheriff Hal Croft, and his assistant seen up) close. were gerrymandered to benefit
pled guilty; May 15 to leavinghis Ronald Jackson, in "When they start squealing I The pig farming was carted Kidnap Incumbents.
Job at the Garden Rest come running with the bottle," a year ago. The first litter ,
aurant. the Raltord community; May says the piglets' foster mother. of pigs was born Just eight "The Court should grant the
Mrs. Douglas Is now playing weeks ago and most of the tIr CaseLake petition for rehearing to allow
"Escape Is kind of stiff, Page 12)) mother to a litter of 18 new first Utter already tops the SE'. Rape specific testimony on some of
Bruce said at his arraignment. the features of the plan, parti-
born pigs and another litter scales at about 45 pounds. .
He said he didn't have placeto
go, but Just went any to Reno MurderCount of 15, all born healthy and aU Douglas plans to sell his first / County; authorities were cularly those of single vs and mul-the
member districts,
pigs In about two weeks. tiple
and downtown. living last Friday. .. due Tuesday to pick up from
The goal, of course Is to gerrymandering of some districts -
Larry "That's highly unusual," says the Bradford County; Jail a South '* Shaw contends.
Anderson. 28
( ; make the fledgling hog farm Carolina with kid ,
man charged
Terry Lee Keene, 20, and Harold County; Agent Bobby Taylor, It Into a self-supporting) opera- naping and rapine a Lake County The House did not have to
Is not too unusual for that many
Leroy' Kaudabaogn, 24, all tion. t; woman last Wednesday afternoon try for lero percent deviation,
piglets to be born to one sow,
In the past year the Doug- Go Shaw It could have had
ReturnedA but It Is most rare for( that I Back 8th Graders Say says;
many pigs all to be born alive glases have dug the small farm Charles W. Berry, 23, was over one percent In mans cases -
and healthy, Taylor explains.' from the woods. They have arrested by Florida Highway and the plan could have
Union County; grand Jury built pens, the arrobuildings. Opening scene of "Let's Co Back," an eighth grade Patrol Trooper K, G.Etheridgeon been Justified because of the l
CiTlr} mOunt (!lrirr returned an Indictment of first Lloyd. 30, and Maria Doug- and several play at the Bradford Middle School shows John Kllby US-301 near Lawtey. Berry' peculiar shape of Florida. I

., degree murder against a Ral SR-100 las live west In of a mobile Starke.He home works on Hogs have also been pur- pouring "champaign" at the 60th anniversary of the stu was recognized from his description Over 40 counties have their

ford State Prison inmate, Don- the railroad In Jacksonvilleas chased along with a Yorkshire dents' getting out of the eighth grade. broadcast on police lines broken by the present plan,
ald Marcus Brooks, as the boar named Jim a Yorkshirewho radios after the victim reported Shaw points out.
an Inspector of passenger Other students In the scene Q-r) are Cindy Cissy.
his back the abduction to Alachua
likes to have
spring term of circuit court
cars. Linda Salazar Bruce Trlnun Gloria Strickland, Harold "Wby should one voter in
opened in Lake Butler Monday Lloyd supervises the operation rubbed by Douglas. Jim called came to Young, and James" Groves. Instructor in the group is County; deputies.It her Cler- Dade County; vote for six House
The Jury, which Included nine and helps out when he Is Friday when Douglas offered .. Mary Dunll Y. all started members and the voter in Bradford -
women, formally charged off work. Friday, for Instance, him, no enticement mont home Wednesday morning, vote for only one?" Shaw
hav- for the public Thursday
other than the prospect of. The students will perform ( May 17, when the woman said
Brooks with the crime after both Douglases were In the asks. The fact that a legislator -
( ) and Saturday nights at 7:30: on the and
ing a back rub. toolghtX Friday, a man forced his way In
hearing testimony presented by xarrowlng house giving litter Is In a six-man delegation
Next on the Douglas echo Starfce Elementary Cafetorium stage The public Is Invited raped her. After the assault,
Assistant State Attorney Mack of week old p'-'ets:: Iron shots concrete for adults 50C! for students. enhances his power and effectiveness -
dule of develpment Is Admission is 75(5( \ he ordered her at gunpoint to
before the
Futch. The prisoner Is charged and worming them. in issues
Help Your HospitalBy pens. A 2 p.m. Saturday matinee Is also scheduled drive north. Four miles northof Legislature Shaw contends.
with fatally t stabbing another Inmate Douglas Is from Frostproof "We were ready to pour Ittut the Alachua-Marlon County; ,
Shopping At Jimmy Ray Burnette, and became Interested In hog then It rained. Sometimes line on US-301 Berry ordered "Voters are going to be absolutely
with a homemade knife at the farming while In the FFA in we've even been unable to the woman to pull off onto a confused because of
THE HOSPITALITYGIFT prison on April 3. drive the VW in here, much BBS Band Earns small road and again raped, shesaid. precinct lines havtn tn be redrawn
Brookes was arraigned before less where you've got your to accommodate all the)
SHOP Judge George L. Patten Car Runs truck parked now (close( to the He again ordered her to drive, gerrymandered districts," tb."

later If> the day, and the court barns), he told County; Agent but she backed the car Intoa Bradford house member says.
Operated By appointed Elzle Sanders, a Bobby Taylor. Excellent Rating ditch. While he was attempting Marlon County; he points out,
Bradford County Starke attorney, to representthe OHRoad to free the car she said has six house districts cutting
defendant In future proced- Meanwhile Douglas hauls she hit him In the back of the Into parts of the county.;
Hospital Auxiliary ings. straw the excellent rating second: twirled solo
to IISoThe SanerMorgan a head with a tire Iron. In their .for 'a
Six other Inmates of the prison Frank Hues 59, Gainesvillewas little pigs In the Doug- highest possible, was receivedby rated .s excellent. Jerry Williams The man, however, retained the 30
Newly RestockedAnd were arraigned individually run off 361, Sunday: by an las farrowing pen are cleanas the Bradford High School also got an excellent consciousness, but left her. the, alignment of a IUIrp.t 40-
on four charges stemming from unknown driver and hit a driveway little puppies. They couldbe band In the State Contest In rating with his tuba solo. The woman said the man began member Senate (ailed to meet
Rearranged a riotous incident at the prison culvert. and were, picked up by Gainesville Saturday May 13. hitchhiking and was soon
constitutional test of
the a rational -
For Your Convenience hospital last November 28, In HInes was driving his 1970 both Mr. and Mrs. Douglas The band made a trip to picked up by a northbound car. for creating
which each pled no t guilty; Chevrolet at 65 mph when the without getting their hands Kay Epps and Anita Green Panama City; for recreation afar state policy -
They are charged with rioting anonymous driver forced him soiled. did a .twirling duet and received the contest. The band got Deputies sent out a statewide varying sized districts.
c"eIm holding persons as hostage off the road 5 miles south of The farrowing pen has a wooden an excellent ralng tot flier and the amusement park, alert for the man, resulting "There Is no rational state
possession of a weapon, and Starke near SR-18'iL' floor which Friday looked their performance.' was partly closed. It was rain on the pickup! of Berry by the police or reason for classification -

IJP (!!l1mm\lnUy\ attempted escape. Occupants: In the car were much scrubbed and clean. "The band has made the aggooodd cold. "But we" still bad Bradford The automobile trooper. which car- set forth for the Imposition -
Sank The person they allegedly held Bernard Walker and LIcous Straw made a dry walkway a- best they ever have since I time anyway. saldCas- ried Berry into Bradford County of the hodge-podge or
as hostages are: A.D. Crtfflng. HInes. There were no lnh+riss. round the pens so that even sels. arbitrary single-member and
have been here," says Director ; was stopped In Jacksonville, multimember Senate. districts
P.J. McBride, M.R. Galloway. Investigating officer R. W. bare shoes didn't get muddy.
A..... Non k.d U. and Dale Wlnstead. Pace made no arrest after the Inside the farrowing pen Dean Cassells. "But I Next year Cassell expects but the driver told authorities upon) the citizens of Florida,"
$ ,' Patten their accident. The accident think It, did betttor at the about 75 people In the band, ho had become suspicious of the petition sated
.l.l' = Judge accepted was not the newest piglets lay
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C.hr concert Own we did at the an Increase from the 63 be has the man and let him out near
pleas and set June 12 as the Investigated until about four or sucking under warm (See Pose 12))
Sat contest" this Starke.
trial date. hours after It happened DODd l1&bta. year.


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I Mrs. Reddish

Country Club "" Candy Stripers Debra PrevattIs Sings At t Benefit

Scene Of Luau ILN Hold Banquet Honored At For Boys RanchMrs.

t And InstallationThe Bridal ShowerMiss
Saturday: NightThe Vernon Reddish was a-

Debra Prevatt, bride- mong the featured entertainersat
Starke Golf and Country Candy Stripers held their elect of June 3, was honoredat the Alachua County; Sheriffs
second annual
and Installation
Club held Its'second annual a bridal shower last Friday Association annual Variety;
Luau last Saturday evening at Inn services at Holiday night given_ by Mrs. L. C. Sapp Show for the benefit of Sheriffs -
on May 8. The Incoming
5(" Wells Mrs.James Boy's Ranch on Saturday
250 w
the club house with around e Mrs Wayne
Harry Gruen
Richard May 20. In Gainesville.
members and guests enjoyingthis Gasklns and Mrs.
and Mrs. Gus
Kbpelousos were) Mrs. Reddlsh's reignIn
Hall of the During
colorful event. the Fellowship
t 1e 1/ special
guests. 1957 as Bradford county;
As arriving guests walked J' tkz The Candy Stripers present Northside Baptist Church. Centennial Queen she sang at
down the torch-lined walkway ed a bouquet of red and white
I A and color scheme the dedication of a Cottage at

by they the were club greeted president at the George door it; : hj I'l''a' sponsor carnations, Mrs.to Bill the Chambers.out-going was decorations.pink carried green The out In refreshment the party; Boy's In Ranch.memory The of dedicationwas the late

Roberts, and board member The award of outstanding Can- table was covered with a lace Hugh Lewis of Live Oak. Among -
Vernon Sllcox, who presentedeach dv Strloer was presented to
numbers Mrs. Reddish
the -
cloth and centered with an arrangement -
with a colorful Hawaiian ''I, II Miss Debra Walker. The first of pink sweetheartroses. sang on the show was

lei.Guests I nursing scholarship given by Mrs. Gasktns presidedat "Four Lavender Roses," written -
were served buffet 11 the Hospital Auxiliary was presented -
especially for her by her
Cdlen-Town style by the ladies of the club fIr.1H to Miss Pauline Peter- Sink-Cox the punch bowl. piano accompanist) Hazel Fish

with from a a pink serving and table yellow covered cloth, officers of the Starke' Woman's Club or. picturedat son.Mrs.. Bill Chambers Installed Engagement Told Games with prizes were en- er. This song was Reddish first In intro-
Wedding SetMr. trimmed In green fishnet and the annual May Breakfast last Saturday morning (s.. the following officers for 1972- Joyed by the 16 guests moose duced LaRonda by room Mrs.of the Fountaln-

covered with decorations of bananas below for office hold) from right: Mrs. Hamilton Mrs. 73: president Miss Blanche Mr. the party hours. Among bleu Hotel In Miami Beach during -
and Mrs. Rudolph Sink J. T. Pre
oranges, tiny paper fish, Ritch Mrs. White Mrs. Hall Mrs. Croon Dr. Peterson; vice-president, Miss attending were
Jennings, her reign as State Dairy
and Mrs. W.P Callen and sand dollars. Focal points Karen Critfls; secretary Miss of Starke announce the engage vatt Jr., mother of the bride-
Mrs. Ca.. .
of Kingsley Lake announce the ment and approaching marriage Harold Alvarez Princess.
were two large pedestals holdIng Marlene Blrtj treasurer Miss elect, and Mrs. .
approaching marriage of their arrangements of spring flo Nancy Howell; Mrs. of their daughter Cindy Lee, mother of the groom-elect. Among those attending the
daughter, Sandra Marie to Mr. wers. The center of attractionwas New Woman's Club Officers Harry Gruen; sponsors and Mrs.: Gus to Michael N. Cox,. son of Mrs.Marie The hostesses presented the show from Starke were Mrs.Reddish' .
Dennis Harold Towns son of a whole roasted pig with Kopelousos. Cox of Gainesville and honoree with an electric can children and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Towns an apple In Its mouth. Installed At t May BreakfastA the late E. Ned Cox of Frost opener as a memento of the Mrs. Dave PaulK, also Mr.

of Tamja. The dining tables were covered proof Fla. occasion and Mrs. Dolph Reddish. C and
The wedding will be an event profusion of roses and ;'daughter.
with pink and green cloths Miss Becky Jackson presen- Fun Held
of June 10. A receptionwill and were decorated with can- mixed flowers carried out the ted the Senior Club with a checkIn Day Miss Sink Is a graduate of -------- -.- -- aaseNPEN
follow at the home of Mrs. dles In flower holders. "Summer Festival" theme the amount of $50 from the By Girl Scouts Bradford County High School
Joann Callen. The patio was festooned with when members of the Starke Little Women's Club to be used and attended Career Academy; :
Miss Callen Is attending fishnet and colored lanterns Woman's Club and guests gathered toward the building fund. In Atlanta, Ga. She has been i
Bradford County; schools. Mr. and the swimming pool was for the annual May Breakfast .Mrs. R.A. Green, mistress Around 150 Girl Scouts of employed as a dental assistantto ? ; I
Towns Is an employee at Dev- surrounded by tIM torches and held In the club house at of ceremonies introduced Mrs. all ages, with 30 leaders and Dr. J.L. Mullen of Gainesville 1
rick Auto Supply In Starke. contained three floating torches noon Saturday.Mrs. Elmer Norton of the Florida adults from this area, enjoyeda for the past two years :
letty's leauty 50
and flowers. Hazel Ritch greeted Woman's Clubs, day of fun at Camp Katerl :
guests at the door and pre- who Installed the following officers at Orange Springs on Satur- Mr. Cox Is a graduate of I I
Garden Club Ben Moxley vice presidentof sented them to the receiving for the 1972-73 club year: bay May 20.Activities. Frostproof High School and San t Bethel Church Rood 2 Miles'From Town r rI I It
the club, was In charge line which consisted of the pre- Mrs. S.W. Hamilton, president ta Fe Junior College In Gainesville Stark, Florida I I
Installs Officers of preparations for the luau, sent and newly elected officers He Is presently employedas t
Mrs. Hazel Ditch, 1st vice pre- Included a nature
and was assisted by Mrs. Mox- of the Senior, Junior, and Little .- sident Mrs. Olin White, 2nd hike. folk dancing macramo', shipping manager' of Cert- t "Speci lbingln AII Phases Of i I IL
Monday NightNew ley Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mc- Woman's Clubs: Mrs. John vice president; ; Mrs. Edward candlemaking, and swimming ner & Gruver Inc., In Your Weeds. "
Rae and Mrs. George Sanders and
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton
Hall 3rd vice president Mrs. A Certificate of Merit for 12
officers of the Starku Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Ver- Senior Club; Mrs. R.A., Green, 4th vice president; ; years in scouting was presented The wedding will take place I L PHONE 969-8161 FOR APPOIHTMENTunsai I
Garden Club were Installed non Sllcox, Mr. and Mrs. George Loper and Mrs. J.C. to Deborah Walker. October 28 In the First Presbyterian .
Monday night by Mrs. R. F. Charles Hall Mr. and Mrs. Duke. Junior Club; and Miss Dr. Flossye JeMlngsl-record- Church of Starke.
Young at the homo of Mrs. Brian Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Becky Jackson and Miss Deb ing secretary; Mrs. T.L. Casey -
A. Russell Norman. Carl Hurst, Mr. and Mrs.Max bie Spongier of the Little Wo- Jr. corresponding secretary
le Carter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. men. ; and Mrs. John Greene

The following officers were Dale Brown, Mr.. and Mrs. During the luncheon hour piano treasurer.
Installed In an Impressive cer- Ronnie Thomas, Mrs. Bernice selection were played by Mrs. Jack Hazen and her
emony using colors of the rain- Epps, Mr and Mrs. Pat Farnsworth Miss Gayle Hatcher and Miss Social Committee were In
Mr. and Mrs.Fred Bar- Anne Haynes. charge of the breakfast
bow: Mrs. L. V. Hardln. presIdent -
Mrs. Lundy Prater, tvicepresident ker, Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Mrs. John Sanders out-going Decorations chairman and
; Mrs. Maxie Johns, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Po. president was presented with Mrs. Cynthia Schmltt and Mrs.R. .'
Carter second vice-president; well. Merrill Struth, and Vie silver water pitcher by the P. McLendon. Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. James Biackshear third Frees. club for her outstanding work Klncald and Mrs. O.U Ueas-
vice president; Mrs. R. F. Assisting In serving were during the year. She was also ley headed the food committee -
Young, secretary; Mrs. A.Russell Vicki Turner Martha Struth, given a bar to add to her Past and members of the Little
Norman, treasurer. Connie Chasteen, and Kay Epps. President's pin which she had Women's Club assisted In servI -.

.. After dinner dancing was enJoyed received following' her term as ..,
iv.During the business session* .. to the music or heCf7': '"President. bf' the Woman's Club MrsCharley .,'ohns Mb t'. ioital Savintnoetmi !; S SSALES.r. ''fH "
-- 'e-'' of < pane\ were made for.projectsfor Cluba.1, !PW '''' ?; ChlplO1.- presentations I

the firafhce commItt e.Mrs. of v S*..., "Ik *.... .i.-,i*>...?!.- 'lIInIrs"were made by- Dr. FloesyeJen-, : ,.' DAYS-THRUS/FRtJAf.fMd+' e'feIkfL'[ 'j art) a ..tJ[
Young reported on the Florida : l
Federation of Garden Clubs REDDISH REUNION Mrs. Robert Barksdale Mrs. Chambers
State convention. Day lilies :SET MAY 28 chairman of the Home Life Installed
were given to members by Mrs. The annual Reddish Family Committee received a blue ByElementary
Hardln. Reunion will be held the fourth crystal fruit bowl for having
Mrs. Norman served refreshments Sunday this month, May 28, headed the committee which has PTAThe LADIES SWIM SUIT BONANZA! 4

during the social.hour. at Primitive Baptist Church. raised the largest amount of REG.S8.99
money for the building fund Starke Elementary PTA
Installed the following officers 1 & 2 po. ttyln In prim and solid. Great
for the coming school yearat MOflmant to choose from in the newest $699
the May 15 meeting: fashion' colors Sim In Jr., Miry Si Hilt
A Mrs. Bill Chambers, presi- titn.
1 1y dent; Mrs. Leroy Jackson, 1st
vice president Mrs. Jimmy
; ;
Brown, 2nd vice president;Mrs. GIRLS NYLON STRETCH SWIMWEAR
Harry Tison, 3rd vice president -
; Mrs. John Kuhne treasurer REG.S1.99 $ 66 5

A and Mr. Arley. Underhill Comfortable nylon stretch swimsuits, In 18. | '
secretary. 2 po. style Awaited colon end style to
Gifts were presented to Mrs. chooM from.Sites 4.6X. A
Edna Hart and Mrs. Willie Mae $2.49

Denton, retiring 4th grade teachers The tame cute'swimsuits In life 7 14. $188
and to Mrs. Mona Ca-
nova, retiring music teacher.
Principal Phil Vellenga presented LITTLE BOYS
the following awards: SWIMTRUNKS
Attendance Glenn Lamar Car-
JIj Iu ter, Dwayne Cummings Butch
Faulkner, Donald Vlckery Becky R/O. ;'
'Cir Sheering and Melanie Morris SI.I' 88 "
; Citizenship! Tracy Crane
George Ellen Kay Todd, Cheryl Asserted save on these great SAVE $1.01 Prevatt, Jeffery Walnwright e em..Sties. to S*ehaoiaIf 4.
'* Sheila Holmes and Terry McCarthy -
Playtex Styles I TRICOT BRAS .cool f ; Scholarship, Tracy
SAVE 71'." total comfort' In SNow George Marcia Goodge, Butch BOYS SWIMWEAR
Itnger,.-aott 'tricot' 'for Faulkner, Marvin Tyson and "IIG......- ta.4 a
only $4.29 today naluallook.. Melanie Morris;: ;L Physical! Fitness oxer ttyllnflwith
Slyle-CROSS YOUR HEART SLIGHTLY PADDED In 3 style Greg Watkins, Tracy the, n.w '
STRETCH BRA-lac cup. and a wlap/ fiberHII" for Style "SO-sort cup- d.l :flawiilo k 177 WOMEN'S WOMEN'S
George Cynthia Griffith -
that little extra" lhaping .. 32/36A. 32/40B. 32/40C. 32/36A.32/40B.32/40C/ tine. olon a SANDALS TENNISOXFORO
Ihunrn and Doug Reddish y ttarnt.
Reg $500. Rag $500 Now f .e.
only sins s
'; 13.99. Style81 -' ., Spelling, Dwayne Baldwin, San- Naa. $2r sea.,. $122
II. ? 131 SAVE 711. IIned-32/36A.32/389. bra Barnes, Irene Walnwrtght. JR. BOYS SWIMWEAR ia.s.

.rl- Now only $4.29 32/38C. Reg $600 Now i.., .11 Melanie Morris, Butch Faulk- Choice, of nylon'
> ,, ner, Tracy George, Randall Cool a> omtortlDla.WnlU. Cuinlonad Insole and
Style-18rCROS3 YOUR HEART only 499. Style > e2- ten)ft In aiiortJ $100
RedWhimarah Arll
luIlYPlldd.d-32/39A. Crawford ,and Doug Reddish .< patl/.rn. orttntat lupport. -
Wa In
r5 STRETCHBRA..t'ch, r'4i.U' ;, Blue, Ualn..n > mnlle Black
..:" straps?lace cup....cool 32/380. Reg $II 00. Safety; Patrol, Timmy Morgan *'bsled. SUMS-/ 4. Blu s.10.*. iliac
s sheer latle' back and Now only 4.99 Art Strickland, Jeffery
...d..32/36A.32/409. Walnwrtght. Greg Watkins
32/42C Reg $500, SAVE $1.01 ,
".' ;.. 32/42D Donnle Vickery and Doug Red
only$5.29SAVE QIRDLES-madeof dish.Members of the 5th grade SPECIAL
a lightweight' N. ::" PURCHASEI
class presented program on ,: !
$1.01 fabric that sets you r "Some Symbols Of Our Coun-
he.ahapeayou 'I madeAS try" Mrs. Mona Canova's guitar LADIES
'" Now.2 for $6.89 beauhlullyIn4style' .. with' :
,, students played several selections. -
P..cl'or' summa > l C
fashion *
Style 2862-
.kaepalts I
nature! shape washing after Brief-XS.S.M.L. Reg, ...... ,.4, COMPARE AT$1.69
". washing.,32/36A. 32/388. $700 Now only $5.99 .I-t'...... ",\- ._
.." NowlnDDcupl RegS3MeaSAVE -2M4-Shorlie-XS.' ..., ........ Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen
S.M.L.XL..R.g.S s 0. Ilil t.... 1 "'t and Dr. and Mrs. James Mln-
$1.01 Now only $6.99. Style'2608 j. -1
-Average Leg-XS. S. M. L,\ ... i eslnger attended the North
I. SI,.. Now 2 f for 7.99 $10.0JUMBO
Reg $S.50. Now only Central Optometric Society;
/ LIGHTWEIGHT' COTTON$7XL.,49. Stylo' 2868-Long \ ,' \. meeting and educational lecture -
; i
PADDED BRA..Stretch" Leg-XS. S. M, L.XL'. '. ? in Gainesville Wednesday.
strap' *. .padded lace Reg $900 Now only$7.99 t .
cup look and (eel natural' XL$1.00 moreSAVE .. _': '. I I.,
.,33/38A 32/MB PRINT pine eellens 'U
".g. $4SOea. TIlE BRADFORD ".ulllo'' ......
BEACHTOWELS aM ",...,.. tras4

SAVE $1.01styio $1.01 _....... COUNTY TELEGRAPH a.Nia.lesteryl.s".._.......0011/.
.35 Now 2 for rMUho4. eray 7Yt radar MENS BOXER TRUNKS set tyl.IN. Qu.n
$4.99 Now only $5.99 style *23s '( .... fuN setAttra.tl.e
CROSS YOUR HEART COTTON BRA..America THE CROSS YOUR HEART COTTON at W W. Call Street eelldt R/O.Ia..e fer pr..r 114ee
'.baat. -eetllnq bra.32/38A. 32/4O6.32/42C.Reg. WOO LONOLINE BRA with firm midriff conltol,..32138A. Mark. FtorUa SZMIBeeoa rurannt. w/lN 33 Leaser. 'In .....
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Reg $7 00 341440. .,
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Jffer expire June 211 1971.All Bra and Glrdles-Wh.le. 'OuPonfi resiUered trademark for per paa 11.eta -u.
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Baldwin Chevrolet-Ollis

I Hold Girl Scouts Fly.upCeremonies/ % THREE"Today" Th9PS -'

The Fly-Up Ceremony fore
Girl Scout Troop 614 held
at 3 D.m. Thursday In the First LE
Methodist Fellowship Hall. rt rtn
Brownie Fly-ups from Troops
440 and 604 were presented
membership stars and wings
and were escorted across a
bridge Into the
by a sister Junior. Each Over
repeated the Junior Promiseand

was presented with a Jim-
for Girl Scout Fin. MA"Tomorrow"

Members of Troop 614 presented 100
a program showing the
Fly-ups what Junior Scouting
all about, and what they have

enjoyed most. and"Sat"
Girls flying up from Brownies MAY MAY Cars
to Juniors were: Faye O'.
Ruin Charlene Sawyer Rob-
bin Stephens Sherry Vanzant, Newly Installed officers el the Bradford High FHA are(I.,) Judy Redding, vice-president; e l In Stock

Melissa Winkler, Luana Mun- Tereta Brewer secretary; Theresa Strickland, president; Charlotte Whitohead, treasurer, and

dorff, of Troop 440 and Susan Masella DuB..., historian.
Allen, Jane Saucer,, Patricia
Lawhorn Michelle ;:;nuth,-and
Gloria Hamilton, of Troop 604. Mrs. Reddish Addresses
Troop 605 held Its Fly-Up
Ceremony at 3 p.m. Thursday
May 18, at the First Baptist Annual FHA LuncheonMrs.

Church playground

Brownie Fly Ups from Sandra Reddish of LeI- lea clothing retailer of the toy is the new vice-president,
Troops 370 and 311 were pre- la'. Dress and Gin Shop In furniture and clothing mart In Miss Teresa Brewer daughterof
sented membership< stars and Starke was guest speaker at Atlanta which coveres a full Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewerof
wings by their leaders and the annual luncheon or tne future block and displays a full 22 Lawtoy; Is the new secretary -
were escorted across three Homemakers of America and Miss Charlotte WhItehead -
stories of clothes at one time.
stepping stones Into the Jun- Schoolat of Mr. and Mrs.
of Bradford High daughter
ior Troop. After repeating the Miss Martha Sue McCain, 7'Loto\
Inn May 18.
.;promise, they were presented Discussing the Holiday the operation on of Bradtord Home Extension A- A JB.: : WhItehead of SRS-125J. ;; -

to the Junior Leader and the dress and gin shop she gent, was a special guest of the the new treasurer. Miss Ma-
'received the Junior Girl Scout FItS! members. zeUs DuBcse) daughter of Mr.
has operated for three year. Officers for the 1972-73 and Mrs. Wiles D. DuBose of '
Fly-Ups from Troop 311 were Mrs.control Reddish of jwanttty( elaborated; and qualityof on; school term were Installed at Starke Is the new historian.The N'&ICES7 :? ?

Michelle Proctor and Teressa millinery. She discussed with the luncheon. The new president :
and from Troop 370 is Miss Theresa Strick office of reporter Is __
the BUS! students customer relations -
were Kim demons Terry Jo land, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. being held open until next fall "
and told of making trips
Decanlo Lynette Hamilton, to Atlanta to buy clothing. R.E. Strickland, of Starke.Miss so It may be filled by a fresh \ ;-
man 'student moving from
Vicky Sheffield Renee Williams "It's remarkable what theyhave ; Judy Reddish daughter or Mr. up
Linda Howard and Betsy to show" sayd the ladPrevaffAvcrrez and Mrs. LonleReddhngofLax- the middle school. x ; .

Following the ceremony tHe

Scouts. saw a film about campIng / Parties Given UF Fraternity
and upcoming
camping ripedThey; also Date; Announced For Miss Derkman, RecognizesMiss
enjoyed a song feat
BrideelectMiss t
Miss Debra Prevatt and Rosenberg

Linda Sue Hagy Gregory Alvarez will be united Sheryl Derkman, whose
In marriage on Saturday,, marriage to George F. Allenof Miss Della Rosenberg, gui.
To Wed Mr. PopeMr. June 3, at 8 p.m. at the First Keystone Heights will be an dance counselor and business
Baptist Church with a reception event of June 3, was honored education instructor at Bradford CARLO

and Mrs. Clay W.; Hagyof ; following in the Fellowship with two bridal showers In the High School, has been recognized \ IMPALA )
Fredericksburg, Va. announce Hall. past week. by the hapter of Delta ,
the engagement of (their All friends and relatives are On Thurday night, May 11, PI Eplsllon Fraternity; for (
invited to attend.' Milton and Mrs. contributionsto
daughter, Linda Sue to Robert Miss Kay her continuing
Andrew Pope" son of Dr. andMrs. Larry Paul gave a bridal show- the fraternity; and chapter, 0
Benjamin Ashby Pope er at the home of the latter at Recognition was given to four
Jr. of Norfolk. DKG Officers her home in Gainesville for educators Saturday May 20,.
Miss Derkman. at the 25th anniversary cele-
Is a graduate of Installed
Miss Hagy Are
Hlgl"SchooJthe nod r,,Thnnraahment.table. was ,- braUon-of the XI Chapter of
Monroe -
James Virginia Comraonwealtt*. i1i; ; 'covered with,a handmade shoot delta.Pi EpUllon at the -University
Unlvetsltt. *>* "?xn* hcloth andWntered: bra ; of Florida Student Union
; '- cake decorated with daisies In Gainesville. .
Is the grandson 67
Mrf Pope
1"'Mlas'M11ton presided the Delta Pi Eplsllon does con-
Judge and Mrs.
the late
central theme of the Impressive -
Adklns of Starke and the lateDr.and Installation service ir punch bowl. tinuing research In business
Mrs. B.A. Pope of The hostesses presented the education at the high school
Va. He Is a 1967 which Mrs. Isabel Powell}.past honoree with a hand crocheted Junior college and college le-
Newsome Delta
State president of JappaGamma place mates hot plate,and casserole -
of Cranby High School;
graduate Society Installed of-
a 1970 graduate of the University fleers of Alpha; Nu dish along with a cor- vels.Miss SqT

; of Virginia, and a studentat Tuesday, May Ill In Char sage as a memento of the oc- Bollinger \ CflPRICECHE.VEL.LE/

the Medical College of Virginia tural Hall of the Christian Fellowship casion. including
attended -
August School of wedding Dentistry.An planned.. Temple in Macclenny!\ Fifteen Mrs.guests Oren T. Derkman Earns DegreeMiss

of Starke, mother of the-
Those Installed were: Mrs honoree. and Mrs. Lena M. Marilyn Kay BoHIn-

Shower Given Muriel S. Norman, president firs; Clemens mother of the bridegroomelect. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. II
Mrs. Shirley Jasonek
Hd. Bollinger of Starke will
For Miss Cuttino vice-president; Mrs. Luclllt receive the degree of Bache-
Payne, second vicepresidentMrs. ; fU1UU
lor of a Arts In History from
By Linda Haas Joyce Weldon. recording Samford University; at com
secretary Miss Kathryne Ep. A bridal shower was given mencement exercises May 27.

Cuttino''bride- person, corresponding secretary for Miss Derkman Friday night. Col. James B. Irwin Apollo
elect MIlS of June 24, was honored ; Mrs. Edna Delia Hart, treasurer May 12, at the Madison Street: 15 astronaut, will receive an
Miss Rosenberg
with lingerie shower Satur- ; Baptist Church. honorary Doctor of Science de-
night given by Miss Linda parliamentarian The hostesses presented the gree from Samford and will deliver "
! day
mother '6'
and each commencement
her home on Brownlee first vice- the
Haas at Mrs. Joan Smith
r with a beautiful: carnation cor- dress. NOVA
Road.,. presided over a business
to match their dress as Samford with 2,900 enrolledis
\ Garnet were played and prizes session when a reportof sage
awarded to Miss Clau- Gamma ban they arrived. the nation's fourth largest
were Delta Kappa
refreshment table was school behind /I
Miss Ruth Convention The Southern Baptist s
Peterson, FEA
dette quet at the
embroidered Wake'Forest and
covered with an ,
Cut Baylor
Mrs. Myldred Plans
and were 1
Crosby in Miami was given. linen
blue .
cutwork cloth over Richmond universltites.i -
made for a tea honoring
tino.The table was and centered with a crystal
refreshment retiring teachers of the chap 1
covered with a lace cloth over ter. punch bowl encircledtal ivy,
candleholders -
green linen, and centered with and Hanked
an arrangement of spring flo Teachers of Baker County; and blue candles.
The gin table was also covered -
Haas -
wers. Miss Jennifer presided cake and punch. *
served with a cutwork cloth over
at the punch bowl. Those from Bradford Count; blue linen and centered with a
the )
The hostess presented attending were:Mrs.Edna Hart, Southern Belle doll cake. The
honoree with a corsage and a Mrs. Muriel S. Norman, Mrs, piano was covered with a silver WEVEGOTOPfl
personal gin as a memento Rosenberg. 1
Helen Johns Miss Della cloth and centered with a
the occasion. Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn Haney,, miniature bride with blue bows 1 -
Among the guests were of the Mrs. Mona Canova Mrs. KaU and streamers on either side. New 1

Myldred Cuttino Alvin mother Sheppard, Mrs. Sue Winkler, Each window was decorated with
honoree. Mrs. Mrs. Cleo Mrs.Tom- with blue bows \
and silver slippers Arrivals -
mother of the groom-elect, role Noun, Mrs. Ilarilya) Vel- and streamers of Ivy. n ,
Mrs. F. B. Beard,grandmotherof and Mrs. Lucille Payne
longs, Among the 25 guests were
the brideelect.Miss Haas was assisted by Mrs. Oren, T. Derkman. mother -

her mother Mrs. W. S. Haas. EYC Members Lena of M.the Clemens honoree mother and Mrs.of OUR 13ESTpRI cs

Have Swim PartyTen the bridegroomelect.The Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl
hostesses presented the Case of Panama City; announce
Beta Sigma Phi honoree with a set of Harvest the birth of twins on May 21;
members of the E.Y.C memento of the w son, John Michael, and a
Plans Socials Gold pots as a /
(Episcopal 'Young ChurchmenSand ;; occasion. daughter Jennifer Leigh. Maternal YET ON mE

Rev. John Ftynn, enjoyeda grandparents anY Mn. .
Gamma Theta chapter of Beta swim party; at the James Lu Struth and Merrill Struth. ,
Sigma Phi sorority; met Mon Blackshear home on Klngsley Miss Catherine Froh a Missionary -
day night at the Lake Sunday afternoon. from Haiti spent the 't '
Philip Clark InnKeysfane After swimming in the afternoon past.week with Dr. and Mrs. Bradford County; Hospital.announces OLDS
Heights with Mrs. Wayne Don- a picnic supper' was heldon H.G. Bollinger. the following births: :
shoe as co-hostess. the dock. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wayne

During the regular business Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell and Rowe Starke a daughter Karen CHOICE

meeting 'committee chairmen OES Set family of St. Augustine were Corene, May 20. J2 OF you ..
reported plans for the coming weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Doley Monroe ,
;year. Three summer events For SaturdayThe Heresy; Keystone Heights a
Carl Hunt.
were announced by the social yon. Doley Monroe Hersey,Jr.,

committee An Autumn dance Forty members of the First May 21.Mr /S. WEEKEND 0'f)!
planned for Saturday Oct. 7. Order of the Eastern Presbyterian Church held a and Mrs. Thurman Colin
Following die meeting, refreshments Star will have a covered dish weekend retreat at Camp Montgomery Pena Waldo a daughter
were served and supper' Saturday at 7 putt at the last Friday and Saturday May 22.
Mrs. A. Bishop m was surprised -
H. Masonic Hall. All Masons and .
with a baby shower. their families are Invited to at Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blake
Among he many gifts she received tend. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson visited Hamilton 0 of Route I. Gainesville \
was a baby spoon engraved Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson announce: the birth of a
with the Beta Sigma '
DUPLICATE BRIDGE In Callahan Friday. son. Thomas Blake Hamilton '
Phi symbol.; WINNERS m, born In St. Vincent's Hospital. -
.. "t. ,
Mrs. R.W. Fountain and Mrs. TOlDIIBlackshear\ spent 16.
Gilbert Coldwlre underwent Paul A. Johnson of Gainesville the weekend with Jerry Sorrela Maternal grandparents are ./',, ; U.J.del salt rn.ijs4.noiSTARKE '
surgery Wednesday in Memorial were the winning couple) at Duplicate In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. N.T. Thomas
Hospital Jack oavUle.. Bridge Tuesday right.' Jr. of Rt I, Gainesville. Paternal FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coldwlre of Mn. Sherrod Hamilton and Martha Jo Deal of Lake grandparents' are Mr.and
West Palm Beach spent last Miss Mrs. Thomas Blake Hamilton

parents Thursday and to Mrs.Sunday irUke with Cold-bis and Mrs.sobs Mr.Harry were and third.Mooty Mrs.were John second Mus- Mr.City; and vlaltied Mrs.her E.vr.KnJ Hayes) parents.,Mon of Brooker. Sooner o. Later Your '".OI/t. "".o/.r"n

wire remained for 1** _k.Ii day.
Maw 25. 1972 TelcaraPh Pace

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I ] ooKEii"Yfu BRIEFBY i Community 1 NEWS ABOUT Among 9 Of Area 94

News Nine students
series of short, one-act Men, Ricky Hoctee. David Reed; On Thursday May 18, ttw .. 94 area who completed are
among requirement -
plays. were presented by MissHW' announcer, Willie Hamilton. girls in lP'8des18 played tile "'
forgraduatlon April
class on Thursday, May staff members In a
women game
18, for the enjoyment of the Brother Rabbit's Friends- of Newcombe Volleyball. The By 1 Ell! aaMth WTIM: Wavier 1. Army Private Gary J. Nor- 27 at Lake City Community;
student body and visiting par- Brother Rabbit.Glenda Willing- game consisted of 4 ten min- man, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. College and will receive dip-
ents. The plays and the main James E. Norman Starke lomas at com.mencelJ1el1tcer-.
ham; Brother Woodchuck, Todd ute waiters and a total sconewas
character taking pert were: Wood; Brother Lion,Jill Hayes; kept. The women faculty; GIRL SCOUTSThe this activity.; Route I, recently com- monies this July 29
hinges Cold-- King, Eddie Brother Wolf Sharon Fussell; played an Inspired game and Girls Scouts: of Brad- Greater Bethlehem Freewill pleted nine weeks of training
Barnes; Queen, Eva McKInney; Brother Bear, Wade Raulerson; before an enthusiastic student ford County; enjoyed.J Play Day Baotlat Church. Rev Jasper as a light weapon infrantry- Graduates from Starke are
announcer, Monica Green. defeated the girls 50- Saturday at Seminole Springs. Williams pastor. Monday night man at FT. Jackson S.C. Edward Collier CtUOt, Mary
body Included candle Pvt. Norman learned the Lee Lane Lucille Kaujfman
The activities Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board
Sleeping Beauty-- King, Ran- 37.The of fire and tacticsof
; women players were: swimming, hiking and techniques
making, No. 2 meet. Tuesday night Senior -
301 dy Rauleraon; Queen, Diane Miss Hill} Mrs. Hurst Mrs. oilier games everyone: enjoyedan Choir rehearsal. Wednesday a rifle squad, patrolling Graduates from Raiford( are
Hart; Princess Rose, Susan Jackson Mrs. Scott and Mrs. entertaining day. night Prayer Meeting. individual combat operations, Huey Earl Brooks Thomas An-
Douglas; Fairies Brenda Dor- Kahn. (classroom teachers>, landmine warfare, land navigation
Thursday night the Ladles Circle thong Buby Bernard Dennis
ming Deborah Green, Melissa communications,and the
Mrs. Richardson Qlbrtrian)), CHURCH NEWS
will meet at the home of Michael
Holson. Wad, and
DRIVE-IN Rabon; Bad Fairy Sheila Star- firing of the M-16 rifle and
Mrs. Fussell, Reid, Baptist Church
Parrlsht New Hope
Mrs. Annie Bell Mosely. Friday Richard Charles Worthington
ling Prince, Martin Hunter; M-60 machine mm.PvUNorman ,
; (teachers aids and Mrs. Henry Rev. L.W. Moseley Pastor. will
Band meet
night Prayer
Cook, Jeff Hill; Kitchen Boys. Mrs. Howard lunchroom will be observed Is a 1971 graduate Lake Butler Kevin Leigh
and Youth Day
at the home of Mrs. Sarah Hall
Show Begins At Sundown Pete Hodge and Eddie Joe Sea- Captain of Bradford High School.
workers), The referee was Mr. Sundav. Mav 28. at 3 P.m. The Prince. Sunday is Trustee Day. Stlffel.

Fri., Sat., May 26. 27 wick.The Man and the AlligatorMan McKinneY and the official time speaker will be Ronald Strong. Sunday School will begin at Aims PistolIn
keeper was our music teacher Everyone: Is invited to attend. tV
9:30. Morning service at 11.
: Seaman Jodie L, Mun-
David Sparks: Alligator. Navy
Chapman. Congratulations Church '
Mr. Ebenezer Baptist
1 Donna March Wolf: Joyce Dinner will be served at 12:30.: Training den, of Mr. and Mrs. A.P.
; to the faculty: ; for a well Rev Leroy David pastor BIble -
At 3 p.m the pastor and congregation My Neighbors(
Prescott: Lion Kim Thomas; played game. It was enjoyedby Class each Tuesday night: will render servicesat Munden Jr of Route I, Brooker -

Rabbit Elaine Mott; announcer all. at 7 pjn. Prayer Meeting each New Bethel Freewill Bap- Captain Charles 11. Mall exe- graduated from recruit _.._-
Raymond Hall. Thursday night at 7 p.m. Sun- cutive officer of Jacksonville's training at the Naval Training
tist Church In Raiford, Evening -
The lighting and stage hands Center at San Diego.A ''ii' I
AMTRAC Reserve
: I REMINDERThe day School will terminate the Marine Corps ':
were Alan Smith and Mike Star- service 6 pjn. 1965 graduate of P. K. 4th :!
of the current .
last day services for Sunday.
1 ling from Mrs. Scott's'Class.The unit, takes carefulalmwith Yonge High School, Gainesvilleand \. ,..., ....'-
school term for children Is Saturday before the
.. ANNIVERSARYIndependent a .45 calabre pistol dur- ( t
TECHNICOLOR' ei wr.wrnea. + teacher and students are a 1971 graduate of the ,: \ .
June 2. Summer School startsat Sunday in June all church officers :
Pallbearers No. ing annual requallflcation exercises -
to be congratulated on the costumes : of West Florida
8:15 July 5. We look asked to please meet ; '
PLUSIn : a.m., are 9 will hold their 3rd AnnIver- at Camp Blanding recen 4i" < ;f\\
and for their effort and he is scheduled .'
Pensacola to ; : \ .
Sum- business yet
In )
forward to an Interesting wit h the pastor a at
sary at. New Hope) Baptist tly. Hall, Assistant Principal -
hard work which resulted In report to Academic Remedial :
mer School Program. If any meeting. Church on June 18. All mem- Bradford County High School W i : "
screen splendor... I a most enjoyable presentation. of Brooker School students Family Day will be observedon Training Unit, Recruit Train- c r.
new our bers are asked to attend and is an 11-year veteran of the ; : rp. ':'1..Jr. "LX
The must ni.itfnir.rentpirlurrner. MIDDLE SCHOOL have not signed up for Sum- June 4th. All families are give full cooperation for suc Marine Corps and was an active Ing Center, San Diego. ;\, .
JfA '"
CHORUS PERFORMS mer School as yet, please do invited to cooperate with this cess. Rev..Mrs. Essie Holland duty; member of the famed < ) { :
so. You will enjoy the Sum- activity; Rev. G. G. McArthurand forces. : :: ; IT
marine reconnaissance
Sec'y. ) ": .I'i'I. '
1DOstl/NIC1\S-/ \ ........w n.I.,wain,. On Friday, May 19, Brooker mer Program his congregation: from St. Marine unita :
The Jacksonville
Elementary School was treated Augustine will render serviceat Governments err! diligently -.....".-1"/.
to a beautiful musical per- variety of military occupa- fcrarchiiig far new \\11\110 jet 'I' +
PERSONALS The is Invitedto ;
3 public
formance by the Bradford Mid- Mr. and Mrs. W, C, Stal- attend.P.m. FOREST FJR ST tional specialities. Those Interested mono'. There already.. U. a "It tlorim'l sound like It's
dle School Chorus under the naker accompanied their son, Greater Allen Chapel AME BURN/MORE Captain Hall are at asked the High to School. waiting IM of new viaji to for me-you get It."

direction of Mrs. Wattenbur- David to Jacksonville Friday Church, C.E. Jenkins pastor. THAN} TREES}' Drilling once a month at different upend( it.
The music revolved about
ger. He had Senior Choir rehearsal each _..
.49uI4. night May 12. an appointment locations Ii. northeast <1.
the theme "Carousel Love, with the Great World Tuesday night before the first a 0 .
.y Florida, the company attends '
and was really enjoyed by the
of Sound Recording corpora and third Sunday. Junior Choir annual two week active duty a
We student certainly body of Brooker appreciate School.the don of America. After the recording rehearsal each Wednesday nightat variety of marine Installations DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
BMS session the three went 8 p.m. All Juniors are asked throughout the United States
Chorus for
including our
be Sunday
out to dinner. to please present.
M school on their tour. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pearce services will begin with, Sun- STARKEPHONE

wooer and family of Tallahassee spent day School at 10 a.m. Morning YPlesse. e e

WA1; oT iICLA11KGABLE last Sunday with his brother service 11 a jn.Fellowship hour Political observer are puzzled 961.6200KEYSTONE
AMMsr and Mrs. 3 at Rev. M& Montgo-
A..rds t and family, Mr. p.m. os to which way the 18-
FLORIDATHEATRE George u. Pierce and Audrey.Mr. mery's church on Oak and Reba 1/ear-old// vote will go. The' -
and Mrs. Harry Manning Streets The public Is Invitedto youngster are waiting for
VIVIEN LG1GI1 of Brooker, and daughter attend. Evening service,5:30.: their /fathers to make up their HEIGHTSPHONE
IKMA1U Frank of Dinners will be sold from the ""' ,
LESLIE Mrs. Ingrain minds so they can vote the 473-3176: :
lOLIVLVdclLWILLANDTCRCOMHONIC Dade City; spent several days Parsonage Saturday beginning ...Prevent "home opposite. .
.. last week with friends and relatives at 12 noon. All members are destroying" wildfies!
MCTMOCOLOrc SOUND An MOM n..rNw.. e In Athens and Atlanta asked to please cooperate with
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Sunday 3:00: Saturday ] :00

Sun.,. Mon., May 28. 29 Friday, Sat., Sunday THANKS Brooker EXPRESSED Fire Chief George Beeot Coc1t VALUE-PACKED

May 26, 27, 28 O. Pierce Joins with the Vol- yowti:7iceef
unteer Firemen In thanking local -
merchants and the ladles Ef
t STORM OVER of the town for their donations '1npInn nI ILtItM JIJfJ HOSTESS'
to the fish fry. And another
ti big thanks to all those who attended -
making the fish frya I with 01 558 purchase or
great success The Chief more
announced that a total of $276
was cleared. Save $SO ,5 .000 BTU DELUXE

..... PLUS ...1M' "- PRAYER LISTj "V-. "*"" 'r. PORTACOOLTEJ .

H Lee Parrlsh.Monroe Barnes 1 { ) Y $20 eOOL'OFF AND $AVE t

UNDERAGE Malcolm Lewis'Morris Dyal. Room air )iuconditionar.. Quick mount .
Polly Clark, Sharon Tetstone i panWr Tip air .wnliPvlion i posMoiuthermoitat. 9J WITH.
MIWK Fred I Exhaust control. .
McDavid. Ernest Edwards
RUNAWAY Obella 2-ipeed fan. Washable flip-out filter. II( alaM
Tetstone. Concealed contra! knob Perfect for
THE KID j. bedroom and small living area Regular Price
6 II $149.95
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.is Special Purchase For Thl."Ev4nt. J '
: 'PMIAYISIONdME1A0IDlOflPLUS : The Terminal Man (Crlchtcn)
i Will not rue t. crock or break with
<1;;" The Affair at Royalties Baxt> normal ..../ Quick mount tide panel..
Monday the Rabbi Took od SAVE .$$$ I 1O 111111 9-tpeed fan. '.po."o". thermoitot.Exhauit $239'9'5

Kemelman)); NO Deadly Drug ventilation control Wathable .
U.30Q ITU' flip-out filter & concealed control knob
CKarri No More Dint Then
Regular f Price I $249.93
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Wendell)); Ten for KaddIsh'tJacoba" NLe.t ,. III__,kM.__.IIMMI' :
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CAREY M.DL ( *elth)> The Safety; Matches, '; $29995 =IK .

.. tier>>; The Ringed Castle ." ':.\
(Dunnett) The Naive and Sentimental .r. "I a k !\.
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Lover (Cornwell> All .
Strangers CMcMurtry); -- S" AIR CAP 20"
9 JZ.WEI.! OMUL Point (Shlmer) Strange FruitCSmlth ",000 ITU : AIR CAP 22" SELF-PROPELLED
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HIKERS C R' 1m PANAVISION' 0 Dreams (Gronowtcs); The $20t; A41"7'9"h'; ;; $10995.
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Hidden Valley Of The Smokies i $$379 WHEEL MOWER swnYsrr
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LIVES... ON THE LINE. ,Fire: Chicago: 1871 (Kogan); ..--" ." .. ., .r SAVE,$20' Air| lift) r b''.... .. 'lo"" front..pokli .wh..I..a'" $14995
The Films of Frank .. t who.l i
ORln!Kold> Ta.Sev.nteenGMe .- .1.,300 ITU C.ellrea: '. 1 $89 95
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Living Wonet; Frontiers Of ='= .i:; :::.c__-__ / .
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Baby The Safe & Healthy WayPeartman AIR CAP 22" .. .Piece I air.lift blade
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3 5 H.P. :
Child (Haln):: Buildings : 12 !lOG IN' f Retgutar gat ,Imtructienpacket /
t'k Blocks Of Life (CVlsHiac LouIs CM'13.009 tTU Heotl : 3 f M P. .ngtn.
Electric, .. 95 loty tpin' recoil
with" Heat Strip $
C. Tlffluiy's Glass-Bronzes- nt. w,nd 9 9 ..tonerAutomat.
.. $1 3995
Lamps O Koch: ); Bulbs. : .; j .W' w. : .hah.throttleand ors
(Crockett): Evergreens (Crock ;: I
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And Bats (Wllilams))| The T. A
World Of The Gull (Costello) 'f "' :i. /*
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+ A', tO)} Crime And.Justice Had-. __ SAVE $20, '.,. "' ,' > 10" CIRCULATOR CIRCULATORONESPEED FAN '
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... .. Mrs. Clyde B. TerwUlegar I WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY ON SATURDAY, I
Mr. and M. LUwd WllM m. Mrs. Willie Mae Judd returned Sr. of SurfsWe Is spending several -
'Mist Verde) AUyne Brady Bocard of St. and Mrs. last week from a vaca- Eleanor Lee long and of Jacksonville Mrs. F. V.visited Her- days with Mr. and Mrs. I HEREAFTER WILL REMAIN OPEN ONLY f't"I
Mathews tion visiting her sister and Mrs. W. Terwlllegar Jr.
Hertong on Sunday.
S.C. wen weekend guests of family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Earns HonorsOmitted Visiting Mrs. Herlong several I FIVE DAYS A WEEK. I
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bradley Filcher In Senadst and her sister ,days last week her sister Mrs. A. Russell Norman and I
The Bradley also had M Sunday and family Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Addle was Mrs W. H. Hart attended a I :" '
guest. Mr. and Mr V.H. W. E. Waldraff Jr. In Panama from la tweek'.listIng Gainesville.Miss Wheeler of district n board meeting and MERRILL EDWARDS'
Appleby and Mr. and Mr*.MarTin City She also visited her son of honor students from warms luncheon of the Delta Kappa L CITY CLERK J
Warren and daughter of and family Mr. and Mrs. D. City; Community; College 1 Jan Ritch of Emory Gamma Society: at S. Bryan
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Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. Judd In Clewlston. and her the name Eleanor Lee daughter university; was home for the Jennlng's School: Orange
Mike Waters and daughter of sister and husband, Mr. and of Rev. and Mr.. Wal- weekend. Saturday.
Bra and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Coy Hamm In Winter ter M. Lee of Starke. :
John dleey Jr. of Klngsley Haven. Miss Lee was a spring ,
Lake. graduate of LCCC and has been

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early on the dean's list or presi
Mrs Mark Iiamllton ana were in Sarasota the first dent's list since the fall semester
Esther Romero children of Tampa spent the of the week visiting: Mr. and of 1970. She has com-
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dale Denny. piled an overall grade average EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE
Sherrod Hamilton while Mark of 3.28 at LCCC.
Selected DAR Hamilton was on National Guard Mrs. C. L. Dlnktns, Mrs.L. She earned a place on the
duty.; J. Green and P. M. Bare- dean's list the fall semes-
Good Citizen xoot attended the Lake Forest ter of 1970 and the spring semester ONE OR THE OTHER.
H.M. Strickland of Miami of Elementary School talent showin of 1971. The fall semester -
Gainesville last of 1971 and the
the weekend guest of Mr. and Thursday spring
Esther Julia Romero, daugh- Mrs. F.W. Strickland. Sidney night In which Luke Stalling was semester of 1972 Miss Lee
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eptfanlo& Strickland of Lake City was a master of ceremonies and Lis- earned place on the president's
Romero. 316 St. Clair Street, Sunday visitor. sa Stalling won a prize In her list.
Starke has been named recipient presentation of ballet and acro ..
of the DAR'Good Citizens' 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. batics. ''
Award for 1972. Mr. and Mrs. Lenox Cox of
John and
daughter Jay carried -
his mother. Mrs. Mildred Local 'admittances to Brad- Maryvtlle, Term are guests
Miss Romero andMlssEllza- ford County Hospital this week this week of Mr. and Mrs.
St. John back to her home
beth T. Hatcher of Fletcher
Include Needham Ponder Mrs. George Hugglns.
in Palmetto after a visit with :
High School Jacksonville were
Ethel Casey James ,
her daughter and family. Mr.
special guests of the Jean Ri- 0
Karl William J.
bault Chapter of the Daughters and Mrs.. Perry Gills In St. Hoist. Dukes Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walters -
Charlie Cecil Mes-
Augustine Enroute they spent of Ga. were Wed- f
of the American Revolution at Dublin
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ser Mrs. Mary Dematree, and to Tuesday visitors of
its May 11 meeting In Jackson- nesday
Janelle Titus of Starke George
Stephen St. John In Bradenton. ; Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr.
ville.Miss Dyal Jr. and Mrs. Mary M.
Romero Is a region Nichols, Ralford L. L. Dillon -
state science fair participant Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Yeager and Sheila Yarborough; Lake Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City Model :38GS 38.0OO Btu's Model 38GR 36.00O Btu's
a member of the Nat- were In Fort Pierce Saturdayto Butler Mrs. Martha Beam, visited her mother Mrs. S.
Thursday of last week attending ;
L, Peek Sr., Monday.
ional 'Honor Society: ; and has the Knight Temple Masonic Lake Geneva; Mrs. Maebelle
.been a. varslty; debater. She Is convention. Haaklns Melrose. ; Phyllis Harris -
a member of Acteens and helps Maxvllle. John Miller who graduated CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGTwo
sponsor ,a handicapped child Friends of Mrs. Marlon Har- Saturday night from Midwest '
I from Sunland Training Center rington will regret to learn of Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Padgett em University; Wichita Falls,
,In Gainesville. the death of her mother Mrs. of Plant City; were weekend Texas will. honors. Is visiting
.. A senior at Bradford High R.A. Pabst, In Jacksonville guests of Sheriff and Mrs. P. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Great Outdoor Units for Quiet
J1. School Esther plans to attend last Wednesday. Funeral services D. Reddish. M. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. ,
the university or nortda to were held Friday. Mr. E. L. Matthews this week.
pursue a major In Chemistry.She Pabst died during the previous Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and Dependable Cooling Choose NOW for
was sponsored In the DAR week. Mrs. Walla Lipsey attended Miss Evelyn Sinclair recently -
., contest by Miss Della Rosen- homecoming at the Branford pledged Alpha Delta PI sorority -
berg, BHS guidance counselor.A Sgt. and Mrs. Mark Mack Methodist Church Sunday. at FSU. She Is president IMMEDIATE Installation at Special
faculty; committee at BUS and son of Kissimmee were of her pledge class and ,
chose Miss Romero from a Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Weldon and Mr. was on the Dean's list. She
group of 10 coeds nominatedfor Mre J.G. Caldwell.Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldon of Jack- Is majoring in Interior De- PRE-SEASON Prices !
the DAR award. sonville visited Mr. and Mrs.C. .
and Mrs. L.M. Stoner M. Patrick In West Florida flgn.Mrs.
and grandson of Ocala were over the weekend. R. A. Newsom spent THE COMPACT INCLUDES: THE ROUND ONE INCLUDES:
Mr. and Mrs. W."E. Tllley weekend guests of Mr. and Friday to Monday with her mother '

and Mrs.daughter Agnes Heath Donna In Fort, visited Lau- Mrs. George Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith of Mr.,and Mrs.Mrs.J. R.A.E.Howe Mathews, and New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Money-Saving Speed ,Motor..Cruises

derdale and Mr. and Mrs.Don Mr. .and Mrs. J.T. Lawson of Wllllston Mr. and were Mrs.weekend Marc guests Jack- In Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. B. Assures Top Performance! Most Days Speeds'Up For Scorchers!
Ray -Tllley In Hollywood over were In Tallahassee Sunday C. Peddy of Miami visited Mrs.
the weekend. visiting relatives.Mr. son.Mrs. Newsom Monday to Wednesday. Special Overload Devices Safeguard InProtective Solid State Controls Monitor

'Mr. and Mrs W. L. Thomas and Mrs. James Starl Shellte from six Gerle weeks has visit returned Mrs. Nancy Gunter was surprised ternal Components! Critical Operating Circuits!
had suooer last Thursday ing and family spent the week- Locke ) with a'birthday party;
with Mr. and Mrs. Brad
night with his mother,' Mrs. given In her honor Attractive : -
end In Cross City. in Tampa. Tuesday Compact Design Compliments Neighbor-Pleasing Upflow Design Tosses
Evelena Thomas In urooiter. night of last week by Mr. and
Mrs. Felix Sullivan at the Your Home's Landscaping! Heat and Sound Skyward!
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1 "T--- I I .!a Branding few the close Branding Iron.friends.Guests Iron staff Included and--- ...;.I. .Priced. 'From Only$*frjr 5. ,-.. "." <.*!' Priced From Only (6 9 O -,
'," t av4 ;! 1A San: : jnn:" J. C. Vlnlng-anrf>*.'!(,',wM**.son..sts,.Lon-, :ii'A l .1 Plus'lnstalla'tiorfi""''"
'1 H I iVv mle,..of Palatka were-Saturday;** oil ii .. .t' "- .
visitors. of Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng.' .

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Smith of Burbank Ohio.
IN THE CiRCUIT COURT OF cation of this notice the flct- TATE. CHURCH SCHEDULES and Mrs. Leo Dyal and Mr:. and Mrs. Sumter Harley on a pleasure trip to Panama Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes
TIlE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT lUaus names to-wife Stands YOU and each of you. are Grace United Methodist: and Mrs. Colon Thomas. Friday. City Thursday May 11, and were dinner guests of their
OF FLORIDA IN AND & Baker and Denny Concrette hereby notified and requiredto day School 9:45 a.m. Worship Mr. and Mrs. John Devoreand Mr*. Ola Starling Mrs. tea returned; home with them on parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Products Division. file any claims and demands Services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Teresa were Mother's, Day McClellan, Mrs. John Devore Friday. Teston on Sunday. ,
Case* The only >party> ; Interested In which you. or either of you. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 guests of their son-in-law and and Mrs. John Adkins calledon Mrs. Goldle Meyers of Jacksonville Mrs. Ola Starling Mrs. John
IN RE: The Marriage of HERBERT said business Is Florida Bock may have against the Estate p.m. MYF and Choir Practice daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John their mother Mrs. R. H. spent a few days with Devore, and Tel\sa, and Mrs.
W. LAXTON Husbandand Industries Inc., a corporation of Dora B. Sullivan, deceased Thursday 7:30: p.m. Adklns. Futch, and the Obed Pauleys her son-in-law and daughter John Adklns were guests of
MARY ALICE LAXTON duly organized and existing under late of the County of The WSCS of the Lawtey United Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Reddish on Mothers Day. Mr. and Mrs. O. Mcula. Mr. and Mrs. W, Fl. Prlngle,
Wife. the laws of the State of Belknap State of New Hampshire Methodist Church held of Ralford were guests of their Mrs. R. H. Futch and son. Mrs. Roy Reddish! of Webster and Mr. and Mrs. Blrchfleld
NOTICE OF SUIT Florida. In the office of the Coun- their meeting. the church onWednesda parents Mr and Mrs. Les Guy visited her sister Mrs. were recent guests of Mr. Miller and Marilyn; In Sanford -
TO; Mary Alice Laxton By Edward L, Baker ty; Judge Bradford County; May 17. The guest McClellan, on Mother's Day Sarah Osborne In Jacksonvilleon and Mrs. B. E. Reddish. on Sunday:
Address unknown President Courthouse In Starke Bradford and speaker for the meetingwas Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay; Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Har- Mrs. Bertha :Stuckey and Mrs.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- 4/114t 6/1 County; Florida within Mrs. Alfred Vaught, of ton and son of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Northof dee drove to Panasokee Lake Audrey Benson and daughters
FIED that an action for divorce six months from the date of Gainesville. Her husband is were guests of their mother:, Jacksonville visited their for a.visit with their parents of Jacksonville spent the weekend
has been filed against the first publication of this >pastor> of the First united Methodist Mrs. C. R. Crews on Mother' mother Mrs. Edith Swlnney Mr and Mrs. D. A. Stevens with Mrs. L. P, Rafuse. I
you and you are required to IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S notice. church. Another special: Day. and grandparents; Mr.and Mrs. on Friday. Mr. Stevens Is In Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirk-'
serve a copy of your written COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY Each claim or demand must guest from out-of-town was Mr. and Mrs. Sam MInton of John Robertson, on Saturday. the hospital at Inverness. land of Qcala. visited their
defenses If any to it on FLORIDA. be In writing and must state Mrs. Lonnle Futch also of Interlachen were guests of Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman Mr. and Mrs. Eddy! Smith slster-In-Iaw--. A.C.Kirkland -
SIIAW AND KOPELOUSOS:; FILE NO. the place of residence and Gainesville formerly of Law Selma Eunice and Mrs. Harold and daughter and Jerri of Wooster Ohio are the proud Mrs Nella Carter 'and
Attorneys for Plaintiff whose IN ITEj: ESTATE OF J. M. post. lJ1ce address of the claimant toy. There were 21 present Starling camped out and fished parents of a son born May 20 Calvin on Sunday, '
Eunlca Tuesday.
address is 142 West Call and must be sworn to and after the meeting a covered on
.SISTFUNK, CnCEASED.: \ Mr. and Mrs. Cary Smith at Rodman's Dam Friday night in Wooster Hospital. Maternal Friends of Rev. Joe Rauler-
Street P.O. Box 1086 Starke NOTICE OF PROBATETO by the claimant, his agent, or dish luncheon was served. and Timmy or'Starke..' were and Saturday. grandmother Is Mrs. Elnora son of Jacksonville will be

Florida 32091. and file the original ALL PERSONS INTER his attorney or It will be void Church of Cod Sunday School Mothers Day guests of their Ann Starling went with the Frlvctt, Lawtey. Paternal pleased to learn that he is Improving
with the Clerk of the a- ESTED IN TIlE ESTATE OF according to law. : Mr. and Mrs. Doug- High School band from Starke grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. after recent surgery.
Each creditor shall deliver 10 a.m. Worship services 11 parents
bove-styled; on or before of his claim a.m. and 6 Family night las Jones.
sufficient copies : p.m.
June l2,1972,otherwise a Judge You are hereby notified thata Wednesday 7:30 Mrs. C. :R. Crews, Glenn
to enable the County; Judge to p.m.
ment be entered againstyou written Instrument purporting "
Ann Crews and Llndy Boat-
mall to each personal re .
one -- -
for the relief demanded to be the Last Win and
presentative. Highland Baptist Church: wright were guests of her son- (
In the Complaint. Testament of said decedent has DATED this 15th day of May Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship in-law and daughter 'Mr.and
WITNESS hand and the been admitted to probate In Can have the wyl
my A.D.1972. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Mrs. Tommy Clayton In Jack- you ; I G
seal of said Court the 3rd this Court.
Prayer Wednesday sonville last Thursday.Mrs. .
ELZrE S. SANDERS as Ancillary p.m.
day of May 1972. You are hereby commanded Administrator of the at 7:30: followed by Choir Selma Eunice was a need and a
GILBERT S. BROWN, within six calendar months from Sullivan Practice. Mother's Day guest of her son- power you n
Estate of Dora B. ,
AS CLERK OF SAID COURT the date of the first publicationof
and Mr. and
Home Extension Club in-law daughter
By /s/ Beulah Moody this notice to appear In this deceased. members environment too ?
: Clerk Court and show If First publication on: May 25, held their last meeting Mrs. Carl Thompson at their good ,
Deputy cause. any
; of the at a' luncheon home on Crosby Lake.
1972. 5/25 4t 6/15. year
First Publication have why the action of
II 1972
: May you at Holiday Inn on Thursday Miss Arthurlne Blanchard
5/11 4t 6/1 said Court In admitting said -
May 18. During the business visited her sister, Miss Enza
revoked.will to probate. should not stand IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S meeting following the luncheon Blanchard! at St.Vincent's Hospital It's costing us almost

TRADE NAME LAW Dolores C. Dampier COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY Miss Martha Sue McCain,, on 1Jednesday. She was a

(Notice under Fictitious Name CLERK, COUNTY JUDGE'S FLORIDA. extension agent, made tentative supper guest of Mrs. WUliam $1 million a day to
LAW) COURT. FILE NO.-. plans for the fall meetings. A- Harrell.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (SEAL> ) IN FE: ESTATE OF J.M. SIS- bout 17 members attended. Friends of the Sidney Harblns,
that the TRUNK formerly of Lawtey but now of help make sure.
undersigned, pursuantto First Publication of this Notice DECEASED.
the "Fictitious( Name Statute on 18th day of May. 1972. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO PERSONALS Clarkstone, Ga., regret to learn I
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mosley of the death of their brother.
Chapter No.20933, Laws :5/18 4t 6/8 ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
of Florida 1941 as amended by PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR were Mother's Day guests of Edward .Moony; on Friday night I Investing in more power plants to deliver the power you need
Chapter No. 26760 Laws of DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- their son-in-law and daughter with a heart attack. also means investing in more equipment\ to protect our natural
67- IN TIE COUNTY JUDGE'S TATE. Mr. and Mrs.Jerry Vogler. Truman Norman was a guest resources.. I 11 t takes a lot of money But it s a necessary investmentin
Florida 1951. by Chapter COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY In New Smyrna.While down of his son and daughter-in- reliable
Florida 1967 and YOU and each of you are electric service and a good living environment.
209 Laws of ,
Laws FLORIDA. hereby notified and requiredto that way they checked on their law, Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman
by Chapter 70-134 brother and sister-in-law Mr. In Chlcfland on Sunday.
FILE NO. file claims and
of 865.09.Florida Florida 1970 Statutes being Section will IN RE: ESTATE OF DORAB. which you any, or either of you and Mrs.I Cecil Mosley at Mrs. Eva Carter Shuford visited and Miss Mrs. We can't' afford notto. I=l=Ill

register with the Clerk of the SULLIVAN DECEASED. may have against the estate Samsula. Richard .... --...... ...r,
Mrs. Cora Hodges and Mrs. Enza Blanchard at St.Vincent'sHospital
Circuit Court in and for NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO of J.M. SISTRUNK deceased
Bradford County Florida ALL CREDITORS AND ALL late of Bradford County; Florida Marian Hall and son Jeff of pn Wednesday. Others
; PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Jacksonville visited their sister visiting were Rev. Don Denton
upon receipt of proof of publl- In the office of the County
Mrs.I''ester Hicks on Mon
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- Judge, Bradford County; Courthouse -
In Starke Bradford County day. RI
; Florida within six months Mr. and Mrs. James Andersand
from the date of the first publication children, of Palatfta were ]
GAINESVILLE of this notice. guests of their >parents> Mr. EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice
Each claim or demand must and Mrs. O. J. Anders on Mo-

be In writing and must state ther's Day.Sympathy.
the place of residence and post- Is extended to the CENTER CUT Pantry _
Business DirectoryAUTO office address of the claimantand family of Mrs. Beatrice Dunn REGULAR GRIND
must be sworn to by the who passed away on Tuesday. SIRLOIN' Pride OR ELECTRA PERK
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Harris
claimant: his agent, or his 't
attorney or It will be void according are the proud parents of a
Each creditor shall deliver ette, born May\ 16 In Bradford STARKE'S

BRASINGTONCADILLAC sufficient copies of his claimto County; Hospital. Paternal 320 S. WALNUT ST.
Johnson& Faris Inc. enable the County; Judge to grandparents are MrVand; Mrs.
OlDSMOBILE mall one to each personal representative Tommy Harris of Ralford and .. '"
SALES A SERVICE maternal grandparents ire Mr. LB .. .
SEEDS PLANTSFERTILIZERS and Mrs. ii. H. BrIce of Law $119 59' .. Wlf 'HIOCO.OO.ooooo." TpMttrmv
DATED this 18th day of May -. *.mDt' *a it BIOHIS rttnuMAV
Fine Selection of Used Can I 31 I l ra ilMlf |co.o"I
Taken On Cadillac Trade* inNectIDides .tp. Pet 8upallea......?A./D972. I Futch rny ,"., .yN.. IIIsVerdleS. !, ift.'fomuW.ot't I !1I3 I ., N 4'. =- BAG- JI !!! d'S/q)f "'frf00g ICctlll

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 37S-SM 1 I. ,. '" t VERDIE S.FUTCH.( as Executrix Ga;, was a guest of her mother .. -- 11II IIMt ,n iS.r(" ,' Sl'IIM
,' Mrs. A. C. Pearce from p"
We Rene FoHUber Spreidcru of the Last Will and : 1. eo- COUPONS,,
Monday/ tD Friday While here '
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8lh Ph. J78-0476 Testament of J.M. Slstrunk : FULL.
deceased. they attended the funeral oft!! BONELESS r-FRESH 'FLORIDA TEXAS LARGEMELONS
First publlatton on: May IS, Mrs. Pearce's sister, Mrs.Dan CUTSTEAK i GRADE'A'FRYERS ;
GLASS 1972. Starling. :
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Dyal -IROUND HONEYDEW
4 wheel drive and car. 5/18 4t 68BRADFORD ; I I
left Friday for their new basein I
Sale, Part, Service
Tampa after nnnnritnor their
Clean Vied Toyota LIDDELL leave with -their parents) ,-Mr. I
1700 N. MAin 378-1286 rail

Beauty Academy Glass Company 0. DRAWER 939, STARKE, right to reject any or all bids.- .JtJt 1fawrarsnI
"GI M For Every Purpose" The Bradford County; Board OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONs $109 WHOLE CROP 5911
POWELL'S e' Store Fronts-Mirrors of Public Instruction will receive / / Thomas L. Casey Jr. 2 PER BAG i
'1 Tub Enclosure* Showers 'EACH.
Beauty Academy sealed bids at Its office Superintendent a
Furniture Tops Glass Re North Temple Avenue Starke,

Learu Prot8 .lon In Tour placed Florida for removing one two- 5/Il4t 6/11

Spore Time. Full or Port Time NEW LOCATION story brick building from its
219 NW. 10th S7S-27M site at the Bradford High School SLICED 1/4/
122 So. Main GalnetvUta Starke Florida until 10:00: A.M. NOTICEI PORK LOINCHOPS
ELECTRIC MOTORS Tuesday June 6, 1972 accordingto
will not be responsible for
372-8191 ; 3721102MOTORCYCLES the following specifications:
1. Bidders are Invited to Inspect any debts made by al\Yoneother
than myself. Loretta Y. For-
the aforementioned premises -
Motor Repair Co. and any Information required syth. 2 tp. :525.FICTITIOUS. .1 Itjr.J! Is; n tra

(.111 AND tlVICI' will be provided by this
Of Galnevlll. IDA.
Repairing Rewindta iCr. .D office NAME OAKBURNE J BORDENS CREMORA I II I
> 2. successful bidder shall inn il
New and Used ....,... Notice Is hereby given that
"? be responsible for removal of I
.'"f' 8 Paul Miller : CHARCOAL COFFEE\ :::
the L.
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 31W311: \' Vi all materials footings debris undersigned, / !
intends to In the .
etc. from the school site and
:MOVERS shall leave the area now occupied business under the fictitious
Fpt! : :: by the subject building name 301 Print Shop at Route BRIQUETS CREAMER

In a clean, raked-over condi 2, Box 19, Starke Fla., and SHORTENING
.i L.ne DMancB Moving tion. will register said name with ,

tip Slornge Packing ...............-........... 3. The successful bidder shall the Clerk of the Circuit Court, I
2 O
Crating Shipping iiii372.9527 have a period not to exceed 90 Bradford County Starke Fla? ,88C 220 420
free EitlmaUs Call 0COMIT <",../'I.:tr days from the award of contract under the provisions of the 69C

materials.for the Handling removal of materials of all. Florida.Paul Statutes.Miller LB BAG JAR CAN ,

and their disposal shall Sole owner
be In keeping with the existing 5/25 4 6/15

state county; or municipal requirements '
'twin CB'IP>
Us a
PIANOS & ORGANS if any. No storage CALL FOR BIDS YELLOW Gold Rip '
of materials shall be permitted WHITE n *
Van Service Inc. on the Job site. Any Sealed Bids will be receivedat LIVER
THE ARTISTS City; Hall at 12:00: noon Thursday POTATOES; BANAHAS
the site
on must be removed TINMI tutl aviCft
JJ40 N.E. W.Wo Rd. G'vtJle 4iPIra.w Immediately. May 23, 1972. ;
37'l-411 4. The successful bidder shall For Sale approximately threeto ti idIB

be required to provide a $500 five tons scrap iron. w _
' AUTO SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co. performance bond or cashier's May be seen at Ciiy:; of Starke _

B.LOUNT PONTIAC Q'vllU Shopping Clr 372-5351) draft check,of treasurer's any national check or state or Garage Washington and St.Parking lot.. West COMPARE : ;"'I .::- BIRDSEYEFRENCH j' HOT DOG OR

CMS, INC. bank. No bid bond is being The City reserves the rightto
Farm and Industrial Fried Fish Sticks "r.Mr: : 49c 1
required but the board shall accept or reject any or all i HAMBURGER
1 Equipment expect bidders to show good bids. Breaded Fish Portions ":',.'??;?,.. 79c ,
faith In fulfilling their Merrill Edwards
I als. propos City; Clerk Daisy Cheese Wedges ". '. 79= FRIES I i ROLLS

Santa Fe Tractor, expect 5. The authorization successful bidder for commencing can ltchg.. City; of Starke Fla. Sliced American Cheese "... 79 I I'1J'

i Factory Authorised FORD work within 30 daysof Mellow Age Cheese Loaf I.. w" 69c j FROZEN
Pontiac the bid opening aforementioned.
I Sales-Part i'Service Farm Tractors A Implement FOR SALE Cream Cheese "NOYPN.ar fie 29c<= I 1 LBBOX 5/l 1 .SLICED 2 9cf.

! 210 H.. MainGainesville USED EQUIPMENT show 6. The evidence successful that bidder he and/or shall Is, The advertising City; of Keystone for bids Heights on a Fine Feather'" Turkey Roast Jl" i 12's

! Fla. his company Is properly Insured 1958 Chevrolet -- -- -
dump truck In
by an acceptable Insuring ,
I 372.2583'TRAILERSJ need of repair The City; will .
agency In the following manner 1 e
4488 N. W. tth 376-25411 accept sealed bids prior to 1 11 1
: and until 8:00 ; I 1 1 ANGEL FOOD
GAINESVILLE. FLA. A. Workmen's Compensation. pjn. Tuesday 1
MOBILE NONaa REPADR..aaftVICERlrly's B. Contractor's Liability; June 13, 1972 at their regular I CARNATION I"FOLGER'S 1 I _;&
,,- B.. I. $50,000/ Council meeting In the Municipal 1 I COFFEEMATE OAR CAKE
.MilU.. Huns
31ooOpratlons Building. The truck may 'I I flat JAN!. ; ; INSTANT. ')'FEE ; ROLLS .
Repair' I 51"11. lie. P. D. $25,000.Contractual be Inspected at the City; >park> 10ai JAR! r
ing 10 t between the hours of P.HTHV MtOt a a eOn rMHtlM Nmv MIDI SO.Ivan VHNU /
...-.- Authorized U..er.. For B. I. $50,000/$100,000 Llblllty; 7:30: a.m. and 3:30: p.m. Mon. *.Jl..'. WMtf ,COU.OM IYAYI.!.', Ii.C0WONtwryaylewPrke ,

, J920N.C. Waldo Rd. EvanslnterthermSieglec p D. $25.000 day through Friday. The City; --- -- --- -

I OaJn.. III. 376-0681 Hexing It Air ConJicionlflf 7. Bids shall be sealed and reserves the right to refuse' '..
l Equip.SuppliesAMoinga. marked: "Bid on' Removing any or all bids. For more In. IMryo.yLPrtce IwryDsyLew ImryOiyLewPrke ...,yo.yLPrlc. tverYD.ylowirke
I SaimlarvlcaHantalt, School Building." formation call 473-4807 between LI.."'. MUIII1MAH HONOA P..N. ....... ...../P IAcou.o 'velyo.yLPrlc.
I R.nI.H' 1 l..o$410P.rd.yN.tch. 8. If additional Information. the hours of 9:00: aim, aiiTs.l..a.a YORK APPLE BOTTLE
.. ,Iniiallad. Campiala, Air Conditioning Intuited and 9" PAPER POTATO KODAK BIACn
"... Van. Sarvica, Dapt is needed it may be obtained 12:00: noon. (vt4ntaakEfSAUCE PLATES TOWELS OF 100
far All ....... 1650 Up by contacting this office 964- Joy G. Baker wl CHIPS FILM .
PraflcAiaotf. _'.' Ian. .4300 N.W. 6th St. G.in tvllt! 6800. City; Clerk N, 20..4/$1 wio' -'N, ASPIRIN
8/$1 SSe
wilry,...'.":AI KOjI.I,.._.....tG. 378-8902 9. The Board reserves the 5/18 4t 6/8 ''.U:::gI COUNt wj 38 ".........99c aNl S199 ON" 19 C

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Hampton SAVE w Th

Area News ,

By Evelyn. V. Pow.U

Congratulations are In order
for several of our Hampton ,
youths this week.
Bonnie Trlsler. daughter of aeFFF
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Trlsler.
for her 3.904 grade average
taking top honors and valedic-
torian at BBS
t. And our ribbon and medal winners -
In the Bradford County 4-H
; Recognition Program as follows t
I' : Michael Mowry and Kevin
Meng Beef; Tracy Bruno and
Peggy Crawford Clothing( Joe
Men..- Horticulture and wildlife '
conservation:Mark Joyner- PEDp ,
Agriculture; and Gerald and
Sallye Meng Achievement.
These voting people deserve Quantity Rights 'r
a pat on the back. There's a Reserved '
lot of hard work behind these WINN.DIXIE)( STORES. INC. F
honors. COPYRIGHT 1972
,Our) little league ball players .
are doing well In practice -
and would like some com
petition. Mr. Holllfleld is help- ,99C
png Mr. Waters with the boys WD BRAND OR die
now. You can call Mr. Watersat
468.1168 or Mr. Holllfleld SWINYe1AND C
at 468-1409 If you have a team
interested In a good game. Chickens L'.
. iiSAVl40c
Grab your hat -- or rather NORMEI CANNED Shoulder
your supper call all theyoun- !
guns and head for the Hampton Hams 3,I *: $2" TENDER
I School at 6:30: p.m. Saturday . ..
evening, May 27. It's a family SMOKED
night covered dish supper honoring SAVE 4Oc.'RUZER QUEEN All VARIETIES MEAT

Mrs. teachers Goldman,, Mrs.who Balr will and be' Dinners 2 SuE:i '99CWD t'( N I C ) '
leaving Parents at are t the asked end of to the bring term.a . -

complete meal. The PTA will BRAND COOKEDSliced
furnish drinks and table ser- LB.

I vice.CRAWFORDBURNSA Ham. Ip a.. $139

wedding rehearsal
supper -- ---- -
-- --
- ----- ----
ford and Robert Lee Burns at

,the orrandparents Lynn home Hall of on the Mr.Saturday bride-to-be's and night Mrs. 'CHUCK ROAST SUGAR PAPER TOWELS

May 20, with 39 guests pre- '
Limit 1 with $ or more purchase Limit 4 with $7.5O or more .u.n"u.n, cigarette

united sent.Donna In Faye marriage and Robert at the Hampton were

day,Christian May 21 1, with Church Rev on James Sun- : 'n@

Shaw The officiating.bride wore a traditional 6 8 cg)

Chantilly lace and silk chiffon LB. r1a s. ROLLS
gown with a long lace train.
Pearls and sequins trimmed the
bodice: below the scooped neck-1
line. Her veil was attachedto W-D BRAND PURl ALL FLAVORS TWIN PACK CRACKIN' 'GOOD

with Her a streamers.headpiece attendants of Iygropae satin roses lavender .-' GROUND BEEF (HEK DRINKS POTATO CHIPS
,, p.i .and DIITPl I .
The'g &\. .mw'iihe nD .. "I'31110 3 1!". B ) ; :}", I ; '" P.HIMnrN. .11 d'1 m!;:

ants Hampton ceremony.reception ware City"in The Hall was forntat wedding following held.dress.at cake the 5 $2" 99 13 $""sw 8t..r

and the was many.was made Mrs.guests.served Margaret by the with Crawford punch s mother to PKG.LB. @ 12.oz.CANS. 9-oz.PKG.

Mr. and Mrs.Burns will make
their home In Mlcanopy.

as Hampton scheduled Senior on May Citizens 19, met and Schlitz Beer 6CAN3 $108 Honeydews e EACH 79c Lemonade 6 AO79c: ;
welcomed a new member, Mrs.

William honoree Maxwell this month was a and birthday the- Ale or Beer 6 68C Lemons. 12o.. 59e Potatoes 3.$1:
group sang Happy Birthday to
him. Everyone enjoyed the SAVE lie,SPARKY FRESH GREENCabbage SUPERBRAND FUDGESICLESORCharcoal

birthday several games cake of and bingo.punch and 20 PSG.. 88C . 2 HEADS39c Popsicles: ?<. 2 !''p E $100DEL
The date for the old-fash
C lOlled: box supper Is Friday MONTE CUT RUSSE;BAKING SAVE 30c PAN REDIShrimp
June 9, at 7:30( p.m. Everyone 16'01. ". 'IlS
Beans 4 $100 Potatoes .10 69C $159
Is Invited. You''girls each Green CANS SAG . PKG.
fix a box lunch for two and
like. These will then be auc- 14.. $ 1OO
1 Cream Pies 4 19c
41101. Lettuce
tioned off to the highest bidder. Corn e e e PIES | e POUND
Better bring your wallets fel-
las, 'cause you gotta buy one
to share with the lady who
prepares It. The Club will fur-

nish There coffee will and also Iced be tea.a cake LARGE EGGS MAYONNAISE WHITE CORN

walk girl and contests and the for ugliest the prettiest man.-

There's promise of some live

musical know The more next entertainment.regular about that meeting next week.will I'll 1UPIRBRAND 2 @

Come be Friday along Hampton, June and Join 2 City, at inHall.7:30. (. MARGARINE t.L1. 69 32-OZ. .J8 1 10 EARS 59

i fun and fellowship 6 (QTRS.I i.:, $1 00 DOZ. JAR


t for Reunion family attended dinner members in Leesburg.In the the were Price park.About present Family The 65 IVORY LIQUID CHUNK TUNA MEAT DINNERS

Dennison had a wonderful time
visiting and en eyed. the din ,

ner.Mr, and Mrs. Chester Harris

> dinner and with Mrs.Mr.Mary and Jones Mrs.had A- J8 TUNA 6112.oz.J8 @ J $1
very Dennison last Monday. @eSLUIUY i
J 22-ox. SAVE oc CAN 11 -n& 50

1r BOTTLE .CAN......... 33'' PKGS.

this a,.. la train' ae ........................... ..... .................... .._...._.m.............__....... _.._...._..... ................ ..............._-_....._.....

fi: I IE74CTi J l1 --i I is i I I ExII. ;r I i Err '
14 14" 14 PANTRY PACK' :' 14 KINO sin : J W 0 BRAND STEAKETTES OR :
tQlt In A Drum :: tQlt Whole Chicken : QIt lOc Candy Bar "' tQlt Fab : .i. Hamburger Patties :
1 r :: ,:: GOOD THRU MAY 31 .\;: GOOD THRU MAY 31 .\;: GOOD THRU MAY 31 :' .':" GOOD THRU MAY 31 : OOOD THRU MAY 31
LBARN TO BUY CATTLE No.1 ... ., .,....... : No.2... ..,., .. .... .. No. 3 ., .... .. ......., No.4.. ., ,.. No 3 ., ., ..,... -... .
HOGS AND SHEEP _..._ _..........c..."".. ... ._ ..... .. .. ."".... .?...... _. __ .... ....?... ........: ._..... _... .. .. ". .?_.... ..: ._..._._._._.__._...._..._. _"...... :
..... .
Dim had lots and .
'm.IIC".n Mm... W.ll/..prater iiock to...tr.M...".. I I Ex..TRA. X 1 1 EX.--R k 1xi1 I EX..RA. I I EX.-RA. : I I EX.--R P1; :

.writ.ne..age For....local.....,.lnt.nw........e 4"Jl.lfi...l*GREEN..*>.4t MlMta STAMPS tf 9........M I 1 .J7/.TM/*H<*GREEN****!. COAO*STAMPS MO.*..!*.. background, to: ONE. 3 IBS. OR MORE ONE 4.IB. SHENANDOAH / ONE 2.I*. ONE 1 IB MIGHTY HIGH 1 ONE I 12 PACK !
Beef Roast Turkey Roast Canned Ham tt7 Shortcake i Ice Cream :
1 InE: GOOD THRU MAY 31 / ;:t ;: : '!.': i 'L 0000 THRU MAY 31
P.O. Bon 1S63 OOOD THRU MAY 31 :
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Disney World

Hearlnr AM C", To Entertain regular meeting of the school.AU members and anyone interested -

Bond Boosters will be held please attend. Her-
1II.1I11"GMI New Graduates Thursday! June I at 7:30: p.m. bert Green, president. I
in the Band Hall at the high

Seniors and their dates from
Bradford High School will par-
ticipate In an all night graduation -

OWNER Party set r7'Walt DIa- -., .
i ney World" June 9, from = -
p.m. p.m.
AND Special entertainment for the GRACE BAPTIST STABKE CHURCHOF Sunday NEW School RIVER 10 BAPTIST a.m. Morning FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
two all-nlte parties will fea- CHURCH, STARKE CHRIST 11 STARKE-
Worship a.m. Training
ture The Raiders with Paul Sunday School, 10 am. MornIng Bible School 10 a.m. Wor-
OPERATOR Revere and Mark Lindsey, plus Worship at 11. Training ship Services, 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship SundaySunday School, 9:45:
6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed- 8 P.m. Wednesday Night ser a.m. Morning Worship at 11
many other contemporary .Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening ;
groups. 7:30. Wednesday Prayer nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible vice 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel o'clock, sermon: "A More Convenient IF ANYONE.

Theft10St Union County will also be Meeting, 7:30.Rev.. LeonT Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church come. Season"} Bell Choir ,
participating in'the activities Odom Jr., pastor. located one block west on SR Jim Countryman pastor. Practice 5:15: Evening;
with 91 other schools throughout 18. Training 6:15: ; Wor-
Florida. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH -J.P.H. Bell, minister PINE; LEVEL BAPTIST ship 7:30: p.m., sermon "The
powerfulNOKELCO Sunday School MornIng Sunday School 10..m. MornIng Word of Salvation". .
Worship II lam.: Evening PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Worship U a.m. Pre Services 'Monday- Youth Choir Practice -Die* ,.;'
(Booster Band Young "
... MOVIES Worship, 7 pjn. Wednesday METHODIST CHURCH 7 p.m.
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- People, and Prayer Service TuesdayYoung Musicians,
behind- 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng Ing Worship II a.m. Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 P.m. 3:30: p.m.; C. A. and Bell Choir Elopes
Midweek Service, Wednesday
301 DRIVE-IN every Monday, 7 p.m. 6 p.m. Evening Worship Practice, 4:15: p.m.
the-car aid "Gone with the Wind" acclaimed G.F. Prevatt" pastor, Everyone 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. HU- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland WednesdayFamily Night -Has a Party .. ..
worldwide as one of welcome. hard, pastor. Pastor. Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer MeetIng ;,.
R. A. Meeting, 6:30; Tea-
ever made. the great motion of all picture time,entertainments is- ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH chers and Officers Meeting, -Gets MarriedGoes :.
Ralford Road & (Highway 100 at Theressa) d
presented Metro Gold- CHURCHSTARKE Weldon St. 7:15: ; Church Choir Practice,
now by
Father James Cregan pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn. Sunday School '- 10 a.m. 8 p.m :jx'

wyn Mayer Color Innew splendor WideScreenand giving Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning' Worship 11 a.m. ThursdayBell Choir Practice -- 'Away y';).1 .
Metro Mass 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30. Training Union 6:30: p.m. 3:30 '
Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day : ,. : p.m. 'i
even greater power to,the 7p.m. -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. W. A Hogan, Pastor :
Ire the Ha.Baby
love Services
unforgettable story. Confessions Saturday 6 Wednesday Night Prayer ;
helped pcopltthroughout Premiering with "Gone with EVERGREEN BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle
e- the the Wind" is "Boy and the P.m.School of Religion CHURCH Packham, pastor.ST. MADISON STREET. -Has Fire
UN world hear better ,Eagle at the 301 Drive-In The-, Grade School :Sunday 11 Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng BAPTIST' CHURCH
it hot extremely atre Friday and Saturday. Worship at 11 a.m..Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: ;' Morning -
high maximum Sunday and Monday at the a.m. to 12 noon. 7 night Service at 8:30.: MARK'S EPISCOPAL Worship at 11: Church -Ia Ill
amplification., Yet 301 is "Bora\ Bora" and "The High School -- Sunday Wednesday night prayer CHURCH, STARK Training 6:15: ; WMIJ Prayer

Hitchhikers," starting at sun "10m. meeting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Worship,
it oho delivers exceptional sound Cecil E. Crawford. Sr. Pa.- Sundays, U a.m. Morning : Has-an Operation '.
unlity.) BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST tor. Prayer, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday Youth Choir prac-)
If you hrlipvayour I henring FLORIDA THREATRE Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- LAURA BAPTIST 11 a.m. Church School 9:45 tir.Y 7 n.m. -Has an Accident
isn't, nil "it ruulii be come in tn ship Service 11 a.m. Church a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. WednesdayPrayer Meet-
Hank Williams Jr. belts outa Sunday School 9:45 Mor-
dny for a free demonttrotion. of Training 6:30: pjn. Evening : a.m. '-John M. Flynn, Rector Ing, Mission Friends Girlsin
country like a 30yearold ning Worship 11 Evening
what 'thn 6730 con do. Abioluloly song Worship 7:30.: a.m. Action 7:30: p.m. Adult Buys a Home
veteran but the truth of the Midweek
no obligation. WednesdayPrayer Meeting, Worship 7:30 p.m. BIble -
-Denton Sumrall pastor.
matter is that he Is nineteen. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST
mail, for Study, Wednesday 7:30: p.
y Stop' in or coupon 7:30: p.m.
additional, information And not only does his hit songs Rev.J.D. Robinson m.Be Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- .. -Wins a Prize
of the charts but Church I.
hit the top In church Sunday. ship Service 11 a.m.
.. ..
.. .
NAME the young man from Nashville Lester Austin pastor. Training, 6:30 ,p.m. Evening
ADDRESS ..... .. ... writes most of his own materIal LONG BRIDGE CHURCH BAPTIST Worship 7:30.: NEW BOOKSAT -rReceives an ,Award

CITY ....... plays six Instruments professionally Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting,

1'11fN rtGAINESVILLE............. ... ... ..... and now makes ing Worship II a.m. Evening CHURCH, M4CCLENNY 7:30 p.m. THE LIBRARY BuaJda Houao
his motion picture debut as Worship 7:30: Wednesday Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D.,.Robinson ... a
HEARING the star of MGM's "A Timeto Everyone welcome p.m. Day Mass 5:30: p.m. I

Sing Rev. Robert Ha Is ten, pastor ADULT NONFICTIONBlanda .-Makes Speech
will play
"A Time to Sing"
7639 N W. 13'1. !St. with "The Carey Treatment. CHURCH OF GOD HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE Business Nobody Knows (Wilson Holds a MeetingOr

In Sunshine Shopping Cedlt.t) Friday Florida, Saturday Theatre.Nilpickcrs and. Sunday 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Schedule of Services: ); The Moon's Balloon(Men I- .
Next To Weolco at the Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. \ >; Forerunners Courageous
376.0095 or 378-1 942 ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Service 6 pjn. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 a.m. EvenIng (Collins); The BostShort Plays, Takes Part In Any
e e Evening 7 pjn. Youth Night ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Worship 7 P.m. 1971; The Brass Ring (Maul-

I ,tkll. .(;.,.I.'I....... A..I \: :me reminded Wednesday, 7:30: 7:30 p.m. Prayer Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m.,, din)}; Carpenters and Builders Other Usual or Unusual
--v" Unit Meeting, Friday, : p.m. Library (Ulrey): The AII-A-
if it. '
tlK'j"d be unclnploycd.I arrant)|' .bar nits -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor p.m.Rev... W.B. Chauncey, pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN merlcan Dollar (Durso); For-, Event
CHURCH ests of Lilliput (Bland)); Lana:
KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST The Public and Private Livesof
---------- --- -aI SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng
Sunday School 9:30: ; Training BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 a.m. Evening Miss Turner (Morella)}; Bri-
Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship an Piccolo (Morris) Talking
Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Worshp
633 W. 7.-JamosShawpastor.
U a.m. Evening Worship vices Sunday School, 10 a.m. Your Way '''Around the World that's
I REVIVAL 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: : Bike Book news
.1 Preaching, 11 a.m.Training UnIon BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH (Pel); Anybody's '
.Weclnelday.Pastor -*< v- s'c- Cuthbert 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship BROOKER, FLA. (Cuthbertson); Report on Planet -
I Interim Pastor 7 P.m. Everyone welcome Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sun Three and Other Speculations -
Pastor (Clarke); A Child Called =
-Wilbur Dyess, day School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol oo.-
s .e
!: (Greenfield) The Olympic -
I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Superintendent. Training Union Noah ;
... ,II I ? Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. CHURCH OF GOD 6:45: P.m. Lowell Douglas, Director Camas HandbootChest! ,( r):, ... .... -
I Morning'Worship t tfVm. Youth OF PROPHECY BRoothnSunday Worship Services 11 a. Baits pnJRutonsDoMS: ; ; >JS!%, \ \

'! '''fTFellowshlp 6 i.mr; Choir Practice School, 10 a.m. Mdrn- m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service Saul\Sallow CDjtton); FeelFrpg: ,. .. .. 1-
I M.7:3J .\\ (\ilsco t). The o. ant' t
8 <
Wednesday p.m.CO.VGKKGATIONAL ing Worship 11 &JO\\. Young Peo- 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, music The International' '
Motor Sport
6 Evangelistic ;
ple's Service p.m. director ,
: / P.M. .29 Service. 7 p.m. Wednes- Encyclopedia of Dogs; Amor-
: : CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF lean Directory.
HOLINESS day Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS
CHURCH Come and worship with us.
E. Bessent Road
TuRU'JUNE! Sunday School 9:45: a.m. -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor JUVENILE" FICTION'A
Home EveningMon-
I MII1'I.\(; : 11 Youth Family Boy Can Be Wrong: (Rlnk-
I Morning Service 6 p.m. Evening a.m. Worship GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE day.Primary 4:30 o'f>>: Sheet M.iglc (ParlslO.; Tie THE. BRADFORD COUNTY
WILL BAPTIST CHURCh! Tuesday, : p.m. Lotus Caves (Christopher):i I'm
J 1 Thursday 7 p.m. night Prayer Meet- Cor. Ash &< Chestnut Sunday WednesdayRelief Society :Not A Cat Said.2m: rald(\vOlley ) -

Ing 7:30: p.m. School 9:30: ; Morning Worship 7:30. .. 7:30 )) Sergeant FInney's Fam >>
\ -7 David Hodges Pastor 11 League 4 p.m. Night Ser- ThursdayM.I.A. : p.m. fly (Farley); Enchantress From TELEGRAPH:
U I vice, 6 p.m.Rev..Jasper Williams SundayPriesthood,8:30a.m.: 1 110 Star (EngAiM: ; : );The(lyd.'\).
I Sunday School, 10:30: a.m. Eve- nauts (Blem'Herobot.); : .
j DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH pastor. ,ning Meeting 8p.m.Sacrement. Asked Me If I Waited a Baby 964-6305::
I Il
: BROOKER FIRST UNITED METHODIST Jesse D. Branson, Branch Sister (Ae! candr), The Tamarack :
I II Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship STARK President. ;: Tree (L'ndarwoodl: : ); Tho

I ,. Services 11 a.m. and 7 Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning HEILBRONN: BAPTIST Toymk r's Daughter: (Moray'
l I p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Worship 11 Junior and Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.\: William-); -

; : -Rev. Lacy Conway ; .. . .
School 9:45
pastor Sunday ,
: a.m. '
I NELMS MYF 6 -- ,
VERNON groups p.m.
I DR. I Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship II. Training '. ... .. ., .

l'' I Rochester, Michigan I NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Ser-
7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer

: I'I'RSEROPEN' () FOR*ALl. SERVICES : CHURCH Intersection of Highways 16 -DeWitt, 7:45.: T. Farabee, Jr. Service Rev..,L.7:30.Tommy. Howe, pas
1 I (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne tor.

Wells, pastor.
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
: Pine Level Baptist Church : Service at 11. Evening Service HAMPTON BAPTIST Sunday Service:Sunday Sch 1IJ
Service 7:30
730.: Wednesday CHURCH 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship
i I ,. .pjn. Sunday School 10 a.m.' MornIng 10.45 a.m. Evening Service,7:15:
Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study', p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday -
''i I I '. II100 West-4 Miles CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 8:30: p.m.; Evening. Service*7:30: 6:30: p.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng p.m. -J.C. Brown minister
I I STARKE\ FLORID.1 ).\ Worship 11. Training Union Wednesday Prayer and ?#
6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: Bible Study 7:30 p.m. I BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Melvin Hamel Pastor AIRPARK
\1 ----------a-----J ,
1\ Rev. Jim Black Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning ,
Worship U a.m Evening s

1 -___ _________-___---- -, BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 7, p.m. Wednesday
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study; f .
School 10 Morn-
I Sunday a.m. 7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. 1
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
G.F. Prevail, pastor. Everyone .
OMNICOMMUNICATION& Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer
Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Walcwno.


: "Better Service I Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday U.S. 301 )North, behind Tas-
I Through Honesty"Sales School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- tee Freez Drive In, SundaySchool
I 10 a.m. Worship Service -
6 Training Union7p.m.
ship p.m.
I 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer
Evening Worship.
Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday r
& Service Wednesday7:30rayerSer: .

11 I vices.Kev.. Bob Cooper -Leroy Olive pastor, E.L.
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Sales Tax Collections

i Show February Drop
(Lake Sat Fe)

Byt Michael H. rutty& BECAUSE .

Phone 47S-UU Bradford County, suits, tax sent the broadening of the tax
collections totaled $.s.970 In as well as any Increase.
February, a drop from $83- Other tax yields from July
Pete and Joyce Barton, and through February of the fiscal
077 In
January but still over
Buddy and Nell Garner of Starke year Include the motor vehicle
$8,000 higher than the $43,534
were In Klsslmmee over the special fuel tax'$11.5 million
collected In February 1971.
weekend.Mr. a 91 per cent Increase; docu-
Collections In
and Mrs. Tom Fraser statewide as million
mentary stamp tax.
Bradford County, continued to
of Jacksonville, and Patty Fraser accelerate a 51 per cent Increase: EvERyboGy
over same period ) -
of Florida State University a while sur tax $5.7 million, up 62:
visited Mr. and Mrs. year ago dropping million
$IU -
Daryl from the January 1972 level. per cent; estate tax
Barrows and their grandson Baker County almost main- up 57 per cent; and Insurance -
last weekend.
premium tax, $17 million -
tained Its January level with
Sympathy is extended to Mrs.
February 1972 collections to- with no comparable figures -
George Ellis and family In the because of different collection -
loss of Mr.Ellis. frlliM $27,623. up $7.000 over procedures this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood the February 1971 level and less With collection of the Intangible -
were recent visitors to Tal- than $1,000 oft the January 1972 tax coming under state. ASRO
lahassee. responsibility at the beginning
Mrs. Jo Strandberg has returned Clay County collections totaled of 1971 both county and state
home after visiting her $125,356, up$32.000 over collections! were reported. The
children for several weeks. $92,964 In February 1971. but 67 counties have taken In $43.8
Gloria Hodges of Falls $16,000 off the January 1972 million from July through Feb-
Church Va. Is visiting John level. ruary. The state collected $8.2
and Sue Eckland and son. Union County, collected $9 million In February alone.
The Alachua County Home- 614 In February 1972 up$3,000. EMS.
makers Club held a Fashion from Its February 1971 level
show In Gainesville on Wed- but almost $2,000( less than In Never,Stop Auto .
nesday, May 17, with several January 1972.Florida's .
members of the Melrose Club ?. firm level of prosperity On Roadway, Says ,
participating. ; continues to accelerateover .
Recent visitors of Raymondand the same period a year .
{ Gladys Malphurs have Included ago according to State Comp-
troller Fred O. (Bud)
Darryl Burnslde I lank Drivers
who stop with any
.Haudeman, J. B. and Josephine part of their vehicle on the "f:
,Causey and Ken Cooper. This "The tax yield Is always an
roadway could: be setting a : \
past weekend their guests Included Important economic Indicator death trap, warns the Florida. "
,. their daughter, Boots Dickinson noted. "This quarter Highway P'trol."Regardless L .;. .
Malphurs, their son Bugs;Dan- there was some uncertainty a-' ,. .
bout the Influence of the of the reason for '
ny Bethune and Phil Frier. new fIIJ: ., ,
Last Friday Otis Melton and wage and price controls and stopping, drivers should remember ,.
I__ along with 48 young people the dock strike'It Is reassur- If possible to pull off l
and chaperones from the}Hampton ing that Florida's economy of the roadwav to a olace, of ,\ 98 7 .6 5I -
Baptist Church-- attended maintains considerable safety, clear of traffic, J the '-I 12 3.A5
the 5th annual Teen Banquetin strength despite national Influ warning said.Florida : '." 14111.105
the Dolphin Room of the ences.In law states that motor : t- 45623L56
Gulf Life building In Jackson- February the Florida sales ists shall not stop or park their :
;J ; ; :
ville. The banquet was spon- and use tax brought $71.8 mil vehicles whether attended or ;, ,:, 733 T
Youth Group ofTrinltyBaptist lion to state 20 '. :
coffers a per
not on the paved"part of the 17 .
Church InJack- cent Increase over the same 12 654 .
sonvllle, and the speaker was month last year, From July' highway when It In practical ... ; 6 239 .
Bob Jones m, president of Bob through February the tax has to move the vehicle off the r'' i
Jones University. brought In $557.9 million a roadway. The only exception : 1 Tjl 1ray.t.
Saturday afternoon I visited growth of 22 per cent over the Is for a vehicle to be disabled .

Jerry and Regina CMtty; In same period In 1971. In such a manner that It ,',.... .' .. .' I
Starke. Those of you who know February gasoline tax collections Is Impossible to avoid stopping w w. w w. se w w. .. VICTONkA
Jerry will be Interested to learn were $24.5 million, a 25 on the roadway. t'. 'O. '. '
that he plans to enter the min- per cent Increase over the same "In the event of a flat tiro
istry and Is making arrangements month last year. The year-to- .'
while on a bridge move slowly i
to attend a Bible Schoolas date figure Is now $185.6, a 22
to the end
of the
bridge to
soon as possible.' per cent increase Percentage ;
a safe
place) before
We at Hampton Baptist Church figures for the current fiscal topping to j
are proud of the fact that we year however, are misleading It, suggested the Patrol -
now have 17 members who will due to the broadening of the .,
be leaving In the near future gas tax from seven to eight
for full time service, or pre cents. Therefore, the percen- : J
paration for full-time service tages on gas tax figures repre- ,

for the Lord. BMSThe '.j .
My parents, James and Cric- .: ,
ket, and my grandparents,Buddy '. .
and Merle Ellis, spent the Middle School chorus C'f. r

weekend at the Oklawaha River ,-; held Its second annual concertat I .
and caught some nice fish.While .... the final parent Interest
there they were Joined by the .... night Monday. S" t jI4 j-
Quicks and visited bY Kennethand Tlilo'lf .r The program, "Look at I
Kaye Padgett and daughters ": 1 41 Love," featured the 60 mem-
Tammy and Tracy. under the .. .
ber .chorus group ,,. i > i .1 n>, a rrab

V r. 1f ... _' V 'pn Mi !P direction fenbarger.<,of-Tfie'Mrs.'studenW Glenda. 'wrote'Wat-: rii,+a x m M ,nrs RI a ? v.hn"2 ai'1 ilo :1 t irNrl ii/ri r ,, rn .4, .1i

r PO Hours U t. tr iI the sM$which.were used. d. ,q+"e1i.'wJw re' : i -i w iis+J
Neva Flynn Kim Huntley
Change MondayWindow .... .. Fonda Grills, Pam Tucker
"... ; Sharon Crosby Laura Luther.
.- tf'r" .
... Brenda Roberts, Bonnie Cul-
services attheStarkepost :,1i\rer verson and Karen Robinson dida .
office will be limited to '/ dance to the song "Spinning :
four hours for Memorial Day I'' 'i X.11.; Wheel" I
." :
next Monday, May 29, from (_ : '
11-! a ... .. Gall Lavender and Cathy Sapp
8:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m. .;.. .,. performed a duet called "Bo: .
"' '\ 'I
** 1'\ ...' :f."t-; som Buddies." "You Can'tGet -
Normal receipt and dispatch J... a Man with a Gun" was
of mall will be made with the ; \ ..1 .... sung by Kim Huntley and Sharon I I
a_rCOLORFULTwinprinted t'j. j 2 ] L3J
exception that outgoing mall yt4rHt .. ''t. ,<. Crosby. Gall Lavender ,
will close out at 5 p.m. Mon- 10't", "".... soloed In "Little French 1 vJ

day Instead of the regular 6 ."" ....tt ,0 Clock." Singing the famous F P P
pjn. Business mailers open song "There is Nothing like a .
on Memorial Day are advisedto Dame" from the show South ,
deposit mall one hour cottons ore combined In this Pacific were Matt Herres, Andy -
lier. p.m. dress Hint's splashed Crews Randy Edmondson ; I
with red. orange,: and pink Jimmy Lamb, David Wells, __
flowers.. Dotted swiss shapes Eddie Norman and Albert Bat- .
No deliveries of city, or rural the hifili-walstod bodice
routes will be made Mon! above a flowing skirt of cot ten.Linda :
day. Box service will be rendered ton pique By Jean Louis for Grlffls 'lerry fill _
as any other day. Atelier 7. and Phyllis Hollingsworth performed -
a baton routine. Sheryl
Hollingsworth and Jimmy Lambcombined

--- -- -----aB -----; with a poem,. ULo.,.
Is Announcers for the

: & F Electrical & Equipment Co. : program Andy) Crews were and Janet Jimmy Boyce Lamb.The .

Art Department created

,. Complete Wiring Repairs of Janis scenery Hollaway for the program.)is pianist Mrs.for 95

Industrial, Commercial and Residential the chorus.


MOTORS AND_ SWITCH EQUIPMENT The chorus has taken trips
to all tile schools
24-Hour 'Sen ice I in the county; to perform selections -

Phone Keystone 473-3755 from Its spring program
I .
for the elementary stu
M. C. (Bubba) Walls, OwnerSee dents.

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Elections! have been'held for
Solve problemswith
the offices of senators for the your Figuring
We Repair! Most ninth grade class.DarleneStan-

cll, Laura Thomas, and Shar- the Tallymaster Mark
one Gainey were elected. Anita
Green won the post of treasurer
Business MachinesTYPEWRITERS for student government. Electric Adding MachineVICTOR
Liz Scott and Darrell Moody

were picked to serve on the : : -i-i:
elections coiilttee. : : -

-j News briefs. .
Mr. Dampter's Vocational

ADDING MACHINES J Agriculture 7a, 7b, 8a, and 8b,
classes took a field trip to
visit some local farms. The
CALCULATORS ''- students saw haying and beef
cattle at Emery's farm, chick-
ins at Andrews' farm and I(l I n,, ,n,n u l l
CASH REGISTERSREX hogs at L star's farm. I ::::
The eighth IlI .
graders ended a y ,,,/
year of vocational guidance
and t.
ROTARY DUPLICATORS' study of the world d work by >
visiting three classes of .their
H choice at the Vo-Tech school. .1 t
For An End To Team 7b took a field trip to. RADFORD
Ravine Gardens In Falatfca. ;y : $ CO a
Machine Woes. The eighth grade math students :; k war
Business were taken rollerskattng
or bowling as .the final prize
they, cold buy with the math
CALL money the had earned all year. $irtgrapt .
The fifth grade students from .
MDFOftD CO. TELE6MPH Elementary Lawtey, Brooker schools and visited Stark the

middle School for their orientation -
964.8810128 964-6305 and tour.

_N._CO RT_STREET Reporter: Bruce Movers. ___ I ..

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)j I 7-County Medical Care Project 4 W/ZiI' t Hy, Noighbors

i Moves Step Closer To Realization -


The Seven-County Emergency counties program (which includes munlcations between amoui- outside Jacksonville, while a Ir
I Medical Car Project for the Bradford) was made by ances and hospitals and data yearly operating w
Jacksonville area moved a step Jacksonville officials, and representatives line communications between 000 would supplemfunent present
nearer realization on May 13 of the various county; hospitals and with the resources to augment ambulance i' j
with meeting $In Jacksonville counties. University Hospital In Jack operating costs for the aYIMJ I
between project authorities and: Federal officials expressed sonville. three-year project period.
Federal representatives from high praise for the Jacksonville
the Department of Health. Education Rescue system and for The six counties to be Included
and Welfare In Wa lng. the potential of the..eyencount In the proposal with StarkeOkays
;)' project Under this proposal Jacksonville are: Nassau q
ton.The which would be for a Baker Union Bradford Clay I ,r r "I know I speak for the
HEW Group was headedby period of three years, the Fed- and St". Johns. entire staff when I say we're
Dr. John Hanlon special eral Government would providea If approved approximately delighted to have your account
assistant to Secretary Richard comolete emergency radio $35.000In emergency room and we look forwardto
son. communications system rail equipment would be provided : 11 working with you In all
A presentation of the seven .nu-tne. for doctors com- each of the county hospitals Nuclear your money problem In the

for more effective treatment days' and years to come."

Cigarettes Cost Bradford of the Injured and acutely 111.
I and nearly $ O.OOO yearly for PlantResponding
salaries o f"a physician and

Smokers $852,000 In 71. medical hospital. technicians An additional In $165-each to request from
Jacksonville City Councilman
000 would be the first ;
Bradford Countians spent an provided Walter Williams, chairman of
bootlegged to avoid taxes. Because
of modem
estimated $852,000.on cigarettes the tax on cigarettes has year ambulances for purchase for the counties the....Florida Crown Council ofto
last approximately I Governments the Starke
year been rising and now averages 5l ,,
gel per) smoker and! 19 cents In the U.S. bootlegging City Council adopted Tuesday
an equivalent of 188 packs for has become more of a problem May 16 a resolution endorsing
every local resident over the and smoking a more expensive BHS Voting. location of Westtnghouse-Ten- .(fig Jim" gets a back rub from Lloyd iPeualas. See.Story On Front Page
age of 18. Nationally the average luxury. neco's proposed nuclear. manufacturing -
was 202 packs for every .A
(From Page 1)) plant." -- ---
person over 18. Although many people are

These figures are based on smoking the habit less entirely, or have since given thegovernment's Clubs. The (the Internal State Cabinet ImprovementBoard ), according Power Grab. .
the number of packs on which up anti smoking Carter plans to seek establishment to Wllllams'lots"read CharE.
taxes were paid and do not campaign; began and cigarette! of an active M-raclal 'n, the council by Mayor Carl (From Page t 1)) s
Into account the large committee at Bradford High.
take cpmatit commercials were ruled off Hurst, is supposed to rule on The petition filed by Tallahassee
;) of cigarettes that w ere the air many others have The school had such a committee the dredge and fill operation attorneys Robert Er-
last year he says, but proposed !In Back River Bayou. Jo&mAbout
started smoking for the first vln. Wilfred Vain Joseph. Jacobs -
It Is now defunct.
Some environmentalist
Extortion. time. A second Job he" has set for the filling operation. oppose' and Thomas Ervln, v4r4 "TUs au..u .,
But the overall picture seems himself as head of the 1.000- charged "a systematic unjustified.
Williams asked
(From Page I 1)) to be a net Increase In smoking body Is that a copy Irrational and unconstitutional "It Just dawned on me- my
of the resolution be sent to
Immproovvekhool landlord's fir InaUI'lUlClwouldII't
nationwide. For smoker discrimination"
every a-
23. 1961. He was also found to spirit." He tile Cabinet and! a copy to hIm- cover personal belongings
who quits the habit; surveys back gannet north Florida In the Senate my -
wants to "bring
guilty of shooting! Into the house have shown that two or three) says self. plan. In the. apartment I
of a neighbor earlier and was young persons are Just begin school now. spirit." It Is very weak The council complied withWUllams' Every Senate district In the rent. My clothing. Jewelry',
sentenced to. ten years for that ning.th. request" with almostno Panhandle and down through camera, sport .gdp rsnt."
offense. "We are expecting dynamicand discussion: quickly Instruct phono-TV set etc. must be
result Increase central Florida with the
e net was an exception -
In another can. heard Mno. of almost three percentIn productive; year for our ing Clerk Merrill Edwards to of. threememberHlHsbojrough fk worth $1500 at least" What kind
day, Judge. Patten entered a In the numberof council. We Intend to strive have th* resolution drawn. County district.Is k of Insurance should I have to
plea of Innocence for Malachl- the! past year smoked by A- for many changes and Improvements The city; Is the second local "over populated ;and underrepresented -. over' both theft and damage?
within school and
Tlmmons, Jr.. a State Prison our group to approve the proposed ," the legislators
Inmate who was Indicted recently mertcans. community.; location of the $12 million nuclear GbmfojE.
In Bradford the "Our primary concern: Is the contended.
County; on power plant manufacturing -
for the murder of another -
; In Its 4-3 decision
Inmate, Lester Leroy basis of a breakdown of sate welfare and problems of our operation In Jacksonville. two weeks JOHNS AGENCY
wide figure released by the student body.' I Intend to put The Starke-Bradford County; ago the Supreme Court In effect
Riddle, on March 9 at the pri-
Tobacco Tax Council an estimated a great deal of emphasis on Chamber of Commerce endorsed ", opened the way for challenges 1M,8* "... 0&
school and spirit. This : of particular districts Marla Douglas, a city girl until two now puts
son.The Judge appointed the 1.820.000 packs of cigarettes pride the plant location and years age ... eim
defender to represent public Tlm- were sold. In. the past In Itself, will curtail many eJ the filling operation In Its May- where discrimination there may against have racialorpolitlcal been her hands right into It all, even the Iron shots and worming .
fiscal our problems.
year. campus 4 meeting.
mons. minorities.The .
"An active bl-raclal committee Clerk Merrill Edwards read! Florida Supreme Court .:::::::x::::::;:::::::::;.: :::::::;:;: .::;:::: :>.::::: :o.c.:
will also Improve student Florida Set.
the council letters Trials .
- - - relations." ruled the plan constitutional on
-------- - Gas Transmissions Co. notifying .
The new student body; president I. Its face although It conceded .
: the city: CAP and
praised the BHS administration --That a tracking rate filing that other cults might be ableto (from Page 1)) GOWN
"A SHOT COUSIN for Its cooperation In of.5 cents per MMBTU: (per make a.case that specific -Jlmmle R. Simmons, anFSP w
the elections. He says he feels million BTU's) to reflect effect districts are Invalid. Inmate for escape last Dec. ", 1972 I
1 he can work effectively under of purchased gas cost Increases Attorney General RobertShevln 10 and Soloman Hamm. an FSP
the present administration and on the city's; distribution hen entered a motion to Inmate for larceny of a motor ** Graduation :
faculty to represent the stu has been requested of dismiss the petition The Attorney vehicle last Dee.10.Both lIamm .
AUTOM01IVEAll dents. the Federal Power Com mia- General asks dismissal and Simmons are liRtwi nneach yaw'l't
"We will voice all student star The rate Increase totaling because tile petition for rehearing of the two Information Died by i
co llllONINe gripes" Carter Is improvidently filed, for
says.He about 9323,717 state- & the state but a severance was ; I
succeeds Richard Roberts wide for Florida Gas Is being a denial of rehearing no substantial granted for each to be tried ;i
\WILL 81': OFFERED: : AT THE as student body' president. asked apparently) to pass on to claim has been made on separate charges. : Lining Color
to the petition for rehearing "
or deny
the customer Increases In the Clyde Ray Bozeman 28, j
price Florida Gas Is pacing because no objection and Warren Yopp. 28, both FSP
Betlildtdlott AIa :." The,arftifornv| .acralti,.lh, for the .... ..< ....';.... of any merit Is presented. Inmates, for..capt/Ia.t.: Dec ::I POR-IRAITSI
soil./ Everything' hat ttt/ plan .Notified the city: thaU consumption In. any event, Sbevtn requests"that 29..Two other Inmates,Charles ';
V, Btfewt.T' dlntal" CM that the chipper aerate plant must stay. within Its May 12 order to the extent Stoneman 25, are charged In :
the rkin.Congrewman. ,tural limits of 10.000 thermos of explaining the order approvIng the' same Information but a :
of gas per da}-. lerk l.dwards the reapportionment plan severance has been granted for :
M.:\r 23.24.25 Sludf esvmp, said the highest amount the plant "was not an Invitation to litigate the trials of Bozeman and Y opp. :I BULLINGTON'S I
i is snag some money ea .lals. has ever consumed was 8,100 claims of discrimination -Nelson France Laird, Jr., :
years campaign. The clothes therms last :May 4. prior to the forthcoming election attempted escape from the FSP
FROM 7:00: P..MTO 10:00: P.M. h. wears In hit official ,..... and that such election last Dec.,12. ff!
without tur1I1.rInterf.renc.
i graphs are back .In stylt. Bought a tractormowerand Should proceed. -Joe Arthur Cohens after he GIFTS---
a Bush-Hog mower from or I uncertainty; as pled IMocent May 8 to receiving ?
Baldwin Chevrolet on bid. to the district lines for election wristwatch
stolen property a j
Purchased a health. and of members to the Flo- i I CAMERIS JIMLRYI k
accident Insurance policy for rida Legislature In Novemberof
-Rafael Delestre who has
volunteer firemen from George 1972." pleaded Innocent to possessionof 3 BIBIB CHINA (Sorita"e)
Roberts Insurance at an annual a moonshine still.Other ;:I :
Land Off The Double Wi des premium of$598. I ;
Perry. The price Is $2.50 to
The council then asked Ro- '' faibiu hits
their ;
berts .to see If a policy can $3 per Kcompered to $10- kold. but running for Preil- Studio & Gift Shop .1
be devised to cover the police 12 par KVA If purchased dent
Wifctacod Mile Homes Inc. new. muil' be about Ue tougb- 1::
t auxllary: officers when actingas Graudon said. eel monkey te gel atf you #i\ Phone 964-7271 Starker g
f agent of the city.; -.Was told an operatingper-! '."k. ::;i '
.Okajed a call for bids on mlt has been Issued for the -- -- -:$::SSM'VS.VMM:: ::: :::: :::: Yo' H'hC::;::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '

a new Hat bed truck for the power plant and that It expires |j -
We Are HereTO Street Department. :Money for In 1974. '1 r '
the truck lain the budget" said -\Iad.: plans for Clerk Edwards i.
Street Department Foreman S. and Councilman Noegel i'HERE'SA
R. Hick and Committeeman to attend a Winter Park meetj,j
,Billy Nocgel. Ing Wednesday on tile city's 1
HELP YOU .-Was congratulated: by th* allotment of natural gas
city's<< reception of the recent ..Mak* plans to attend the I I
I Florida :\\lunlclpall'WIU.. annual FMVA meeting In Fort _
sedation workshop !In Starke. PRICE TAG .YNI.YMNaM..YIrYOU'LL IM' "V'

In The Purchase Of A Mobile Home Your Family Sixty-two; persona were presents dav.
th* largest turnout at any -Discussed but took no action -
nil A workshop, according to on moving the alr-condl- LIKE )
Wall Be Proud Of. Councilman Jimmy :\lcRae. toner that now sits directly .

Agreed at the suggestion over the councilman at each the newMAGIC ;
of Councilman Ode Uiggtns meeting and operates misty. !' on ; .
IA Home That Will Meet Your Needs Your Comforts and Power Plant Supt., George preventing anyone In the room t
Graudon to purchase used fro m clearly bearing what .Is CHEF :

I And Be Sure That It's One That Is In Line With Your transformers from the City<< of being' said. tirr-w.HIMOVAIL. :

Income.We .......u uuu.uu...u..........>.>.(;':-:-:.....:.,._.._.,.u.,.,.."' ..... ....oooo"co.......>>:'..."'........"'i.......... GAS RANGE Cum Kithoul:' IM DMIcuclion undw Wrr..r.I.TOP.


Are Here To Help You Finance That Home. IS SEUI\, ALA. f-1'"'

\And We Are Noic In A Position To Eren Help You IS PLEVSED ANNOUNCE THVT I' -_. .. : i
| With Your Down Payment Sl:::: :

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Our Large Selection Puts Us In A Position Where I -2'i'--- -;;
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We Have A Mobile Home To Fit Into Any Budget Has Successfull( Completed A Course In Jewelry I h.
F=-"' '
Repair And Diamond Setting. I .
I i

Homer L. Holland I H"II .

Vfe Are Not "WfaMfers- a_ ..afonW .. ale d"-wioa .....why

I houM nwal.prMfalon, .a
rwo-"IMNMp.hnA l ,

Art The Im Country Btyslitre M. I I :.1 I

We Jewelers Most All Businesses. Must Take I
Tt HsSp" Yam .

Time Out For The Latest Techniques In Diamond

See BiUy vernal Or Pete Peters Today. Setting To. Better Serve Our Patrons. \Li- _;: 17J1M.TLs189.3 {


Land Off The Double W fes
WILLIAMS 'EMUt" Gas And Appliances

u. is. 301 Her* Stark Acres* Fr. I.-Ie Wale CewtTelegraph 144 W. Call St. Ph. 964-7U64
PHONE! 9i4> S919 J3Z w. Madison.St. Phone 964-7701


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'. May 25,1972
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1 Half .. Hitting Scrimmage-

"It was a hard hit- 'few years" says Coach Jerry Improvement over last year a varsity; performer at 6-3
Reese. and has added depth to the and ISO.
Women's r ting orimmag Stanley Crawford, Steve Register team. Carl Luther and Bobby Dyal
aid Coaoh David ,' and Wayne Lambus are Only returning letterman tackle have shown much improvement -
-., Hurse the three centers (Ms spring. 1s Randy: Gasklns> who has over their performanceslast L Butler
Lambus also plays at the guard done a good Job at practice. year Nurse says.
Champs the Bradford High position. Terry Hayes so far Is aheadof Gray Wynn looks a couple

varsity football game Other guards are Dennis everybody on\ the strong of steps ahead of anyone. at GriddersWndUp
Crawford and Gary Melvin, side tackle spot. Hayes Is the the tight end position looking
Thursday night in and Bobby Dyal. first year varsity; man from a little better than Donald Lo

Winning their final two games which the White team Chuck Norton has shown JV, but has the size to be per and Greg Reddish.

of the first half Koch's Drugs won 18-13 over the
wrapped up the Women' Softball H 4 Reds -
championship with a record r' 4r PracticeUnion
of 62.Koch's .
met Blalock's Mon. oar "Malachi Henry broke loose
May 22, In a cam that had _" for several long runs and
been postponed and defeated looked good while he was run- County; High footballerswill
ning" said Puree Wayne Tet- wind up spring football
Blalock's 11-6 to claim the first i4' 7 rr,
halt league crow Had Bla- atone also had some good runs. P' r w'Ma, r practices Friday night at an

lock's been able to win this Brad Carter did exceptionallywell 7tf inter squad game.
game four teams would haw as a fullback for the White "We feel like we can be winners -
been tied tor first place.. team. Carter has looked tough ._ and think we can Ret the
Koch's showed a lot of class over the week and probably Job done," says Coach Char-
on playing under pressure In looked the best he ever has, :: lie Roberta.
their final two game having says Hurse. The team started out with 61
to come from behind In both Vernon barber did a good Job players and has dropped to 48
games, says Recreation Director on the Red team at tackle and now that they are near the end.
Gene Ray, um. M i r air. v Charlie Green and Eddie Haxen pf A Roberts plans to run the pro
threw the ball well. set offense with strong armed
made a couple of Dale Green at the quarterback
lV- Gray: Flynn '
KOCH Results DRUGS Thursday.15' May ''r Whew, I "made Itt Is what this girl could have said outstanding catches along with position. A representative

COLONIAL FLORIST 14 after 'coming home" from third bat. Levy Lennon. v..e ro rM1 FSU seems to be Interested In
-- Green.
In a fantastic finish, the first The continuing young Tornado to line withevel' Is Abraham Perry will be
halt champ Koch's found themselves still M Creen's; back up and Coach Roberts -
the Coach says.Some .
practice rl Ss
trailing 11-0 after 3-1/2
.t thinks he will make a
innings After of five play. Innings Koch's Steve of the Register young at center fine one.

Pitches end Chuck Running Backs for Lake Butler
trailed 11-7 and not many really Kilby Terry Hayes
thought they could still who Norton and Early Chandler at are Angelo Williams Billy
Colonial scored three more In guards. Smith Benny Boyklns, Curtis
Stuart Strick- Slrmans and Lorenzo Crlffls.
Tim Crews. -
the top to the sixth and surely
land and Ronnie Hall have comea .
everyone thought the game was No-Hitter In long way at the back and end "Its going to be a horse race
decided. positions, Hurse states. Eddl. Hazn waits for Brad Carter fa gt the ball and run for a small gain at spring prey for the spot," said Roberts.
Then Koch's plated seven runs Tim Clark pleased Coach thee Monday. They are all good blocken and
In the bottom of the sixth to Nurse with his Improvement can catch the ball good which
knot the score M-M. ,Colonial because this is his first year gives us plenty; of depth In that
was held scoreless In the top Bantam playing football. department."
of the 7th and Koch's who had LoopChampion Steve Strickland made good Chuck Sterns and letterman

already: climbed from an 11-0 catches In the scrimmage game 12 Teams In Alfred Walker will be battling(
deficit finished the feat by Thursday night Puree added. City It out for the split end posi
scoring the winning run In the tion. Robert thinks they are
bottom of the 7th. of the Bantam In a game played Monday Another scrimmage is set for both fine receivers.
The first two batters'were Baseball play first halt was May 22, Police Dept. recordzd tonight (Thursday, May 25X Admission Roman Stuart and Fred) Sir- *M i
retired easily by ColoniaL settled a couple of weeks ago- it's first win of the second for adults $1 and for mans are out for the flankerback f I

Then Terri Woods slapped a _with. _Coke ontopJ'oWevor"tbeba_ half behind the no hit pitching students 50 cents. The foot position and both are fine
double:'and Judy .Young dupli- :: Of Dinky KUby;.f'Thtrwasttiay -baa ,team will be divided In"half'Instead SofthalllnVIhdionalA receivers -
cated Terrl's J hit i t to drive Miss 1e for second Dlnky's day as he literally had of having the usual On the line are Kerwin ClyettBobby
Woods 'home for'' a big win. place was still raging BPOE eating out of his hand," Junior-Senior game, due to Croft who U probably
,Koch's outhlt Colonial 19-15. on Wednesday, May 17, Police Rayburn states. there being so many seniorson the most aggressive boy out
settled that Issue by downing the new varsity and five having .
Judy: Young's' 01-", and Joy Andrew's ; and Jack McClll.
the next closest challenger, KIlby, U years old faced only graduated. '
S-for-4 paced Koch'swith The right guard spot Is being .
19 batters retiring 18 of them. full week-end of slow In on the action early Saturday -
Southern Discount 4-1. This The overall defense has The third game is scheduled -
two hits were Gloria'Crews' battled out by Joe Lacy and
: BP6E meet \
to reach pitch softball Is on tap for
Terri Woods, Carolyn game was rained out May 8. Only runner looked real good and the regulars for.10 p.m. between St. eywill Waldo Bryant Newsome. At the right '
walk In the this area beginning Thans.day
base received, a the
Key to the Police win came from last year such. and Ubb'sotGalnes-
Augustine tackle is
and Pam
Redding, Woods. spot Stanley Young.
xourth Inning. The count had May 25, at Wtstelde, Park
In the Initial Inning- two run : ville. game.
Brad Carter Greg Reddish, There 22
For Colonial Sand! Register to' 3-2 before the walk when 12 teams from the stateof Games will Be scheduled at are sophomores,
blast over the fence by Mike gone Four games are scheduledfor
Melvin and
Bobby Dyal Cary 8 Juniors and 18 seniors
Plane Jordan, Barbara Brown, Kitchens. Greg Watkins had led so Dinky came within one pitchof Randy Gaskuis; at the tackle Florida will vie for the Friday nteht' with the 7 Intervals of 11/4 hr.throughout the team. on
Barbara Holllngsworth, and off the Inning with a base hit. hurling a perfect same.Kllby position have championship of the Eighth annum p.m. opener matching Cum-' Saturday with the final Sat- "We have good strength on

Gall Br' non each had two hits. A strike out followed and then strucK out nine bat- says lino Coach Mike Starke Invitational. ningham Gulf against Bobby'sHideaway. urday game scheduled for the line, a good running attack -

Watkins was forced for the second tore, threw two out at first Carl Luther has been real good The annual event Is sponsored '. At 8:15 Porno Sanford Up.m. and a good passing at
j NORM WS FARM 18 out which brought Kitchensto retired two by catching pop at the nose man position or by the Starke Parks and will take on the winnerof Three teams will remain In tack. The players are looking
BLOLOCK's 2 the plate. He unloaded and ups. Only four balls were han- middle guard, Sexton pointed Mireatinn! D ear nent. the Starke-Gainesville game contention when Sunday play Is forward to next year'' and 1
Norman's Farms avenged an It was enough for the win and dled by other Police team mem- out. A 9:30: p.m; game will see begun at 1 p.m. Finals are feel like we have a winning
earlier 13-3 loss to Blalock's a second: place finish. BERS. Not ball was hit out While this year's field of Ward's of Onnond Beach meet scheduled for 2:15: and if the year" Coach Roberta added.An .
by blasting the Meat Market Police had only three hi..- of the Infield. Vernon Barber Dennis Crawford entries will not include any big the Pensacola Palatka Win- 23rd game Is necessary It is All-Sports Banquet Is set
, team 16-2 in five Innings. the home run by Kitchens,a sin ,. ana Wayne Lambus have name teams It could very pos ner At 10:45 p.m. Ormond scheduled for 3:30: p.m.A for Tuesday night, 7:30: p.m. al
. The win kept Normans hopes by Watkins, and a single by On the other hand, the Police looked real good at the linebacker sibly be the best tourney ever Optical challenges the winner donation of one dollar will the Union CountAuditorium.\ .
for a first place finish alive. Mike Jackson. boys knocked the cover spots and have shown In that all teams entered are of the St. Augustine Dub's allow a spectator to see the
: Norman's hit the ball with authority Discount had four hits. singles off the ball collecting 12 base good Improvement Sexton says. fairly eoial In ability; and Contest Vero Beach will! .get entire 23 game tournament
; collecting/ 12 hits with by Bill Lundy, Wade wink- hits. Greg Watklns, Dinky Kll Newcomers like Steve Register for the first time we feel each
every Norman player gettingat lea, Keith Kelley, and Randy: by Mike Kitchens, Tony Lee, Terry Hayes, Donald team literally has a chance Branding Iron
least one hit. Cookie Mun- and David Harley had two hits, Loper, and Chuck Norton at to finish on top says Recrea- ,
dorff and Kelly Richards each Both here Greg Watkins while Randy: Corbin and Terry tackle and noseman and Early tion Director Gene Rayburn. Civi tons Win
had two hits. for the winners and Wade Winkler Saucer: had one hit Chandler at line backer have all

Pam Macy In three tripe to for Discount pitched fine Games will not be played shown good promise to Coach Unless one team I. down Junior OpenersThe
the plate had three of Bla ball, says Recreation Director Friday, May 28. "heel and another way up In a particular -
lock's five hits. The loss Gene Rayburn. these boys can help game there should not
dropped Blalock's from second Coca Cola first half champ Schedule Thur., May 25, us and will play ball for us," be any real lopsided scores Branding Iron Restaurant
to fourth place. Is off and running In the second 5 p.m., BPOE vs Discount Sexton states."Everybody. posted In the tourney. Ray-, and the Clvltana won the openIng -
half recording two victories Mon., May 29, 5 pjn.. Policevs is looking good burn states. games of the Boys
In starts. Discount; Tu.... May 30, the overall defensive team Softball Tuesday
as many on League
Results Mon..:., May 22- On Friday May 19,' Coke 5 pjn., BPOE::.vs Coke.Standings effort and I think they have the Teams competing( In the tourney 23. May
KOCH DRUGS 11 Graudon's Recrf era-
scored nine In the bottom had last are:
runs same quickness as we
BLALOCK'S 6 of the first Inning then through May 22- ," he added. tim and Cunningham Gulf of Branding Iron downed Mr.
This game was a big one coasted to a 12-5 defeat of Voke 2-0; Discount 1-1; BPOE year"On the defensive line we Starke; Dub's Athletic Center O< for four teams although only BPOE. Coke collected 10 hits and Police 1-2. have adore depth than quite a and D & H Construction ol knocked off Forsyth Pluming

two were actually platt g.Koch' with six coming: In the nine Gainesville; Onnond- Beach 15-5.
., by winning this game, run Inning. Jackson Prevatt., Optical and Ward's Mobile Branding Iron was led by
would lay claim to the first Richard Hall, Mike Nettles,and Homes of Onnond Beach, Jack Randal Thomas as he hit"lour
half championship. A Blalock Bruce Wolfred each had two Wilson Chevrolet of St. Augustine In-the-park home runs),one with
win would put Koch's, Bla the bases loaded. Donald Nettles
hits. Stu Rayburn and Augie i; Pensacola National Guard;
lock's Norman', and Colonial Waldo had three hits. Harold
Fox had one hit One of Net Bobby's Hide-Away of ;
In a deadlock for the first ties hits was his fourth home Burger Chef of Nero Beach; Young had four hits for Mr.

half. gun of the season. Sanford's B D Roofing; and Otto'.. Eddie Blalock .led his
Blalock's began the game. BPOE had four hits, two by Durden's Restaurant of Pal- CIvltan team with three hits
. If they were going to run Koch'soff Eddie Akridge and one each by atka. as his team downed Forsyth,
. the field plating five runs Rowland Can minga and Jeff 15-5 in five Innings.
In the bottom of the first for Jockel. The tourney will open play Schedule Mon., May 29
a 5-0 toad. The score remained Rayburn, Wolfred and Hall Thursday, May 25, with three Mr. Otto's vs Civltans, 5:34p.m. :
unchanged: until the top of the hurled for the winners, while games on tap. The 7:30! opener Head Coach Roy Bayloss with returning lettermen Robin .' Tue., May 30, Brand-
fourth when Koch's took the Akridge and Chub Johnson pits Graudon's Refrlg. against Henderson Bobby Cray ion, and Bobby Humor all thro* of Ing Iron vs. Clvttans 7 pun.

lead by scoring six runs off pitched for BPOE.In Gainesville D & H. Pensacola whom" will lie in the starting lineup in Septombor, the coach, Jaycees vs Mr. Otto's 8:30;
only three hits, and then weston the second: game played k and Palatka will meet at 8:45: says.Indians Wed., May 31. Forsyth vs. Mr.
the win 11-8. Otto's, 8 pun.CUNNINGHAM. ;
Koch's outhlt Blalock's only Friday, Police Dept, the second 1
half- 9-7 loss to Southern rte' "
10-9 with Gloria Crews, Terri

Woods Redding, Judy and Linda Yang Powell Carolyn geUtinz not Discount.up to par Police In this defensewas game Showing Guts LAWTEY 4Cunningham 14 j

two bits each. since they outhlt the winners downed Lawtey
Jency Watson and Ginger 10-7 with two home runs among 14-4 in the first of a doubleheader -

Bleasdale bad two hits for the the hits, Rayburn says. then came back in the 1
Southern led 5-4 after 3-1/2 To Be Football.\famers
loeers. Second: halt play began second game and defeated FirstBaptist.
but In the
Tuesday night, May 13. However fourth runs 117.
the they plated four
second place must ''yet These games ended the first
for a 9-4 lead and Police was half of league play. In the first
be decided: with a best two of
unable to catch up. Greg Watkins game, Fred Wheeler led Cunningham
three between Colonial and Norman'l. Dinky Kllby. Mike Kit- Junler versify quarterback Johnny Nichols' give the the coach boys to run it this year going oItorInclud
The.first time the most Chens and Randy Corbin each ball to one of his running backs In practice Friday. Keystone High's fighting Indians from boys, one com "We've had success In past ing two home runs. Terry Har-
was ,
had two hits with Robert Ed- Is In the third week of mented. I
weethhave offenseaIcand dee and Ken Carlton had three
In the of think
Interesting history Leading the practice session
football .s
mondson and Jeff Norman collecting Spring practice and al- The
hits each. second
the Women's League and we was key lineman Ricky; Davis. and the ball handling ability game
a hit each for Police. Reds Fine Team ;
Church Ken
look for the second half to Babv be short In letterman against Baptist saw
For Discount Bill Lundy Keith though they may The 60170lb.) senior to make It go Bayless said.
be Just as great Ingt. numbers (only: 20-22 play- is being counted on heav- the Carton collect three hits Including -
kelley and Harley had next will be those that According Bayless Keystone -
JV year his fourth homer of
Bradford grldders
Final StandingKoch Drugs High
ere If s the consensus of ply this Only two -
two hits and Wade Winkler one year. experienced "11" will not have a Spring<
Colonial Normans 5-3 their practice come down the summer the season. Dwayne Hardee also -
-2, and finished spring during most observers that each player linemen return for the .
(will be played off) Blalocks hit.Mike Jackson_ pitched most Wednesday showing that they and work with the andtalk has the "guts" to be a win 1972 season. Davis and two- game due the to team.the number ofptaayen had three hlte.Flml .
4..... Barrett's 08. could be a fine football tram to the coachessaid ner. letterman Save Byrd on
Schedule T ur.., May 25 of the game for Police and did Coach David Hur... Hurse.The year concentration when September15th first half StaxdLgsHl -
HfetiltotitbMr Despite a on
the cost says nractice earlier'fa *
7:30 Barrett's Blalocks a good Job but errors Our weakest point Is theInexperience gets here, well be ready ea 9-1, Cunningham 8-2,
: vs ; him the loss two centers are MarIon the week was a spirited defensive defense early In the week, the
The Indians
9 Normans .. Colonial which Is vitally: Bayless said. : play WJ/CB 5-5. First Baptist
pun. ; Thornton and Mark Bruno.At session WIshbone-T was not neglect
Don LoU picked the win on Monday. It
30 7:30 Koch's up Coach Hurse"The St. Joe In he first game of 3-6, Lawtey 2-8, Branding
Toes. May v.Blalock
going all t the way for the: win- Important, the guard position are Allen was a long and hardnoeed drill ed. Indian Head Coach Roy B87I. the
? 9 p.m., Normans vsBarrett's. ners. ones that will play Norton and Dennis Allen "designed to separate men ... reports that II.'. got the season. Iron 1-8.

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I 'Honor America Day' I

r During Peak Of Berry SeasonThe ;

In many details,Samuel Hunt-.
Ington's early resembledthat
The Starke-Lawtey districtwas grounds proved a popular diversion of entertainment could be bad TION OF INDEPENDENCEz11th of Roger Sherman He too
the principal producer of ," Mr. Prewltt recalls. or made by local talent. Besides Signer ROGER SHERMAN was of Puritan ancestry, and
strawberries In Florida In the the social life of churches Connecticut Education: SelfTaught his father was a farmer. He
1890's with the Klondike and The railroad union depot was and the public school, those Occupation! Lawyer too had little schooling but
Brandywlne the popular located at the Call Street crossing who desired and could Afford Ag* at signing: S3, Age at read widely and taught himself
varieties produced moss In that In the years that Mr. Pre- such entertainment purchased Death) 72.Roger law.
witt Uved In Starke. The platform gramophone machines and a
decade, though others were already -
1 tried extended to the Call Street batch of round-shaped records, Sherman was a self Huntington was known as an
being developed.The .
i ''I IN t lNI+ I, 9 I71 or line, with telegraph office and and could while away an eve- made man and a good exampleof outspoken patriot, and was
freight warehouse on the westside ning by winding the machine) what a shrewd, hard-work- both liked and trusted by his
Missionary variety, of the tracks and southof to turn the records and produce in* Yankee can accomplish.The fellow citizens He even received -
which was so popular In later Call Street music that was far from son of a Massachusetts two electoral votes for

years, was hardly known before being up to today's M-fl stan farmer, Roger received only a the Presidency In 1789 -- the
'' 01j Itp {'re- / the turn of the century.It Railroads were very popu- dards. country school education. How- first election held under the

&&&. .v ; was the leading variety here lar then because there was no ever, as a young man, hoacquired new Federal Constitution.
for many years, but eventually other method of travel exceptby The town's opera hall was the habit of study and
"played out" and gave way horse and wagon few people always in use In the busy season read widely in many tieios- He was married to Martha
to the Florida 90, which had could afford buggies or and Plckert's Comediansand particularly theology, law, Devotion but the couple had
Old Commercial Hotel In It's Heyday the Held to Itself until recent on bicycle or by foot. Bicycleswere other well-known "stock and politics. His father taught no children. They did, however -
years when the "l: WomJa varieties in rather wide use, but companies" usually played a him the shoemaking trade and adopt and bring up two
such as Sequoia, were there were no paved roads In week or more sometimes under after Ms father's death Roger of his brother's children and
Introduced here and have now the county, and only a few tents, before moving on supported his mother and one of these boys later became -
become t the most widely grownIn stretches of sidewalk In the to the next engagement. .several children. governor of Ohio.
county.In town. "Improved or paved

highways were unnecessary Prof. A. Hercules After moving to'Connecticut, 13th Signer WILLIAM WIL-
Ms memoirs of the 1890- was principal
In fact, were considered: dangerous elder lived LIAMS Connecticut, Education -
where an brother
of the school ?
high and
1900 decade In Starke, the late encouraged
Our editorial. for horses to travel, the chlldred in he continued working as a : Harvard College, Occupation -
M Prewltt presenting -
Fenton recalls that
since dirt roads were less damaging and shoemaker and also became a : Merchant, Age at Sign
strawberries could then be to the feet of animals," tertainment.programs The Victor other Cornet en- surveyor. He prospered In both ing: 45: Age at Death: 80.
shipped by open express to the
Mr. Prewltt observed. Band was for several jobs, and then gave up shoemaking -
Eastern markets, such as New yearsa
York and Philadelphia when very efficient and valued adJunct for the practice of law William Williams was a patriot
Point view facilities for streets
of becoming well known for who literally
[ J'WqUace to the lighter side ofcommunlb' soon and a Signor -
the weather was cool, thus saving and homes were a great need
shrewdness' and legal abll-
I life his Ms fortune to help the
the ice used when berries In the 1890'.. A few kerosene boys giving
their time ity. cause of independence man
N were transported in iced box- lamps were located at impor- providing:
es. Berries loaded on a train tant street Intersections, but Instruments to produce the mu-, Sherman was a strong personality of strong feelings, he gave his
leaving Starke late Monday afternoon -' were seldom in use. sic. and an unswerving patriot whole-hearted support to the

would reach the Eastern In October of 1899, Flnallyi' who held many political cause for ,Independence when either ,his never
hesitating efforts
markets on Wednesday or ws set up with W. L. Communication was limited offices before and after the -
Thursday. Wall as superintendent, and electric in the years before) the turn Declaration, and became one or his money was re
current was turned on jot the century There wereno of the most respected and Influential quired. In 1775 he signed promissory -
Shooting Many buyers, representing for the first time. telephones for general use, figures In the Con. notes to raise money
Northern and Eastern-commis and no motor vehicles for travel John Adams called him for the campaign against TI-

Demand For Stricter Gun ControlDuring lion merchants, came Starke There were frequent breakdowns Instead of Just "hopping cross.. an old Puritan as hon- conderoga, and in 1779 when
for the strawberry season usually and while the current In" and turn on the ignitionas est as an Angel and as firm the Continental currency was
lasting from three to five was turned off at 9 or 10 o'- folk do today those who In the course of American Independence losing value, he exchanged his
weeks depending on the wea- clock In the evening, the service wanted to go out for a Sunday as Mount Atlas." own gold and silver for paper

for other household In the ther. The Influx buyers; would did encourage: everyoneto drive had to go out to the"lot" Patrick Henry conidered him money that soon became worth ..'
the last decade, bullets fired enough every at Its nil the old Commercial Hotelto work for a more needed ser- where the horses were kept, one of the greatest statesmenhe less. In 1780-81 he moved out
by assassins have struck down Pre- nation to have such a weapon overflowing, and at peak vice. About that time the Town and bitch up the old nag to knew. of his house in Lebanon Con-

sident John F. Kennedy, Senator Robert disposal.It periods the overflow guests Council set out to call an election the buck-board, buggy, or wagon necticut so that it could be
F. Kennedy, and the black leader would have to sleep on blank to submit a bond Issue and after a time be ready> Roller Sherman married twice used by the officers of1 a
Dr Martin Luther King. can be argued that more strict ets spread on the lawn. of $5,000 for lighting facilities to start outnot at 40 to and had fifteen children. French regiment.
national control would not In Itself and $12,000 for a water 80 miles an hour, but four to
gun not thwart the This popular hotel, a large system, and It was not long five miles an hour. The net Uth'signer SAMUEL HUNTINGTON Ills wife was Mary Tnun-
,Three other political leaders have disarm criminals frame two-story building, was before Starke began to get the result was that most peopleIn Connecticut Edu- bull, daughter of the governor
been victims of armed violence: Med- would-be political assassin, and yetIt located Just east of the railroad public services the people those days preferred to sit cation: Self-Taught, Occuap- of Connecticut. The couple had

gar Evers, civil rights: Malcolm X, Is hard to argue against control tracks on Call Street, sought and needed. around the house or walk over tion: Lawyer. Age at signing: three children .
black nationalist and George Lincoln when the death rate from handgunsIn where the Nasworthy business to the nearest neighbor's to 45, Age at Death: 64.
the U.S.Is many times that of block now stands. This. was aconvenient "While motion pictures bad pass their leisure time In conversation If
Rockwell American Nazi Party lead- ,
place for a hotel not been developed commercially or games of one kindor .
er. countries that have instituted strict since at that time the railroad In the 1890', other kinds another.
controls. "depot" and loading platform F -

The latest victim, who escaped death was located Just across fur
the tracks on the west side.
but may be partially paralyzed for life, CUBE Will Operate

Is Governor George Wallace, 0 f Ala- How else can we explain the dis- Cotton was the second biggest -

bama, a candidate for the Democratic crepancy between American guncrimerates crop in the '90'. Summer NYC
presidential nomination. and those of the nations? Great and the ''gins" operated by ProgramCUBB J
the W. B. Haynes Co. wouldbe
Britain, for example, had only l/300th busy for several weeks to

Regardless of Individual opinion a- as many gun murders as the U.S. several months, depending on Economic Agency announces for enrollees consists of a 25- j

bout the alms and objects of these last year, with almost one-fourth of the size of the crop. This afforded that a Summer Neighborhood hour work week for a total of I

men, even their bitterest critics were the U.S. population. employment to a num- Youth Crops program, 9 weeks. Enrollees will work \
' shocked and saddened by these terrible ber of the town's labor force, funded by the U. S. Department for non-profit agencies and organizations -
which might otherwise be Idle, of Labor, will begin operation who will provide.upervl.lon
acts of violence that have placed our One editorial writer suggests that
for Starke had no sizeable payrolls on Monday, June 12, lathe for the enrollees.
nation on par with the savagerifcC: t ::$ 7feeW Q'dco 'stnctiV&' step the A- Union ,
w i -" ? ;' In those. days.. counties of Clay, Goals' 'for' the > I'am In ,
some countries we use. to consioSr merfcan people can take following the and Bradford. j addltl6rf".t6"lt: >rovIdIng1mpi\ .Y- 4
". "less civilized". Wallace .shooting; is to' consider the "Yet, there'wa this 'Illvir'lining $\ ment, and thus financial assistance -, .rr 'r
i -* ""full 'of violence-Inciting aspectsIn to that day and time,?' The NYC program Is sponsored to the enrollees, Include 1
range by the North Florida .
Mr. Prewltt comments. "When ,
I' In America's brief history of less modern life. "Movies which glorify a man received a dollar by Manpower and Economic Development Job and training career work motivation.experience o"'y.

.f' than 200 years, four Presidents have cruelty, wanton bloodshed on tele- honorable means, he knew Alliance through a Sponsors (non-profit agenciesand
! been assassinated -- Lincoln, Gar- vision, and sensational magazines that that he could keep all of It grant from the Department of organizations) benefit from k *

field, McKinley, and Kennedy. Attemptswere distort all events Into conflict: and to do with as he desired, because Labor. A resource mobiliza- the assistance that the enrollees -
made assassinate Presidents the social climate there were no Income tion agency It operates In 27 provide.
strife these poison -
North Florida counties and
taxes other kind of with-
Theodore Roosevelt Franklin D. day after day making heroes or or Any' non-profit agency or organization ii _
holding requirements that makea maintains Its central office In is eligible to .",
Roosevelt, and Harry Truman, but sympathetic characters out of cri- dollar earned today look like Tallahassee NYC enrollees and Is urged sponsor '

failed. minals, and Implanting In the sub- about 45 cents when you go to Locally the program will be to contact the CUBB Agency at

conscious mind of unbalanced personsthe buy something you need. operated by the CUBB Economic 964-6696 In Starke for further

Although hate, fear, and Insanity have desire to emulate their warped "People generally did notex- Agency under a delegate Information.

been factors in most of these crimes screen idols.In pect much. They were as ambitious agreement with NFMEDA, and Youths Interested In apply- Things Grow Bigger
ing for position In the NYC
It Is obvious that another factor -- as at any other time, will retain local program operational a
call to action the Christian program must complete an application
a responsibilities.The .
standards of These
the easv availability of small hand but the economy Days
"It Is timeto by May 31. Applications ,
Science says:
guns In the United States! -- must also control and were on a totally different NYC program Is a summer are available at all CUBS
stop talking about gun and if a man did not get much
Bear Its share of the blame. only about well satisfiedas employment program for Neighborhood Service Centers, A 58-Inch rattlesnake and a blackberries at his home. The
That action can come was as
to act. CUBB
low-Income youth. To be eli- and Head Start CentersIn
some mlllionnalres of today 10-pound catfish were In the snake slithered away but Mr.
from your, the citizen. We urge every and probably much happier gible, participants beat least the three counties news this week as proof that Newsome soon finished It off
reader who in his heart prays that and less worried from income guidelines, CUBB cautions that due to the cost of living isn't the with a fence post. I
this nation be delivered from vio all 14 years of age, and returnIng the limited number of slots only thing getting higher all
In addition to the feelings of anger lence to take action. Wriet to public school at the funded, the number of enrollees the time. The big catfish was caughtat

shock, and repulsion that always lence ,to take action. Write your According to the Prewltt end of summer Employment requested by agencies and The snake Is shown by Er- Rodman Dam last Friday
follow such tragedies, there Is also Memoirs, Starke had two main organizations, and the num- nie Newsome of Highway 100 morning by Wesley Willing-

the feeling of frustration -- the ques- representatives. Write your sena- line railroads In the 1890'the .- ber of youth applicants, may near ineressa. who steppedon ham, using liver for bait on

tion of what can I, as an Individualdo tors. Insist that strict and effectivegun Florida Central & Peninsular SL League Offers Job greatly slots exceed available.the number of the rattler while picking his rod and reel. ::1

to help erase this blot on the American control laws be passed. which later became a Offers Reward
unit of the Seaboard Air Line :1J
political scene and protectthe system, and the A., S. R. & G. .
lives of those who offer themselvesfor "Efforts to push gun control legislation Railroad (Atlantic, Suwannee For OffensesB. J

public office? through Congress have been River & Gulf) with Starke being -

scuttled several times In recentyears. headquarters of the line. F. Mlzell Jr. presidentof

It has been suggested that the first despite polls showing overwhelming While the name takes in a lot First FaderalSavings& Loan

thing the American people can do In public favor for such laws. Why; ? Be- of territory, the nearest it came Assn. of Starke, announced that 1
to the Atlantic Ocean
was the local association, in con- ,
this frightful situation Is to come to vause a Ighly organized national lob- Starke, and the nearest pointto junction with the ,Florida Savings j

grips with the control of handguns, ,by rallied gun fanciers to swamp Con- the Cult of Mexico was Wan- ,& Loan League, Is offerIng jt t

which have become the symbol and gress wit h letters, while apathetic nee, a settlement on the Su- rewards up to $1,000 to the ( rt1f e

the Instrument of most assassinationsand citizens waited lor others to act." wannee River, which was the first person or group of persons ,t p t
end of the line.
giving Information leading -
other violence In America.
to the arrest and convictIon -
The responsibility is on you. Write
This was the branch which of any; Individual or groupof
According to recent figures, there now. Your action, combined with that later received the nicknameof persons committing a criminal I

are now some 30 million handgunsIn of thousands of others, might help "Peggy" after It was absorbed act against Its main or

use, or ready for use. In this coun- another senseless tragedy such as by the Seaboard, and branch office facilities. Such I
prevent another senseless tragedyas gave birth to many Jokes and offenses Include burglary Baldwin Brown Peters Bowen II II
this staggering total Is tall stories during its dally robbery,
swelled by another 2.5 million cons the shooting of Governor Wallace trips from Starke to Wannee. larceny, or attempt at I I

ing Into circulation each year. This Is last week threat.Aa i I
According to Prewltt, when Mystery
a member of the Florida
the road first constructed
was Savings & Loan League First
In the early 1890'". much of Four more wellestablishedlocal (Mac) BALDWIN
Federal of Starke Joins with : now ing
as president of the Starke
the track was made up of scrap business firms featured
were -
more than 60 other security- In his sixth year as Chevrolet- Jaycee Chapter.
picas of rail of various minded associations throughout In the second week of Oldsmobile dealer In Starke.
weights and lengths, some pieces Florida to provide a financial The Telegraph's Mystery Merchant coming here from Gainesville, PETE PETERS: sales manager -
being less than Contest with Interest running of (he new Land of the Dou- ;
..-- a yard long. Incentive to public-spirited individuals In 1966. He has been engaged
: "Until longer and more stable to provide Information high among shoppers In the automobile field since blewtdes mobile horn at lot .I
The Bradford County rails were Installed, a ride assisting. In the apprehension hurrying to Identify the four 1955. In addition to his business which opened here In April
on the A., S. R. & G. would of saving and loan crlm- whose silhouettes appeared In activities, Mr. BaldwinIs on North Temple Ave. This
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED -= r have put to shame any of the Imal offenders. the Mg doublespread advertise. active In civic affairs having company) which Is the largest

so-called rock-and-rolls: of today Mlzell sees the plan as serving ment last Thursday. been president oftheGthamber doublewlde dealer In Florida
1879 ,. ," the Prewltt memoirs a twofold purpose:. It puts To enter the contest and compete of Commerce and a member has Its Mr.home office In Wildwood -
Bate state. the would-be criminal offender for the valuable gift certificates of the Board of Governors. with ,the Peters has been
ottered, readers are He Is also president-elect of company since his release -
notice also
and demonstrates
on -
Ml"leaFLORI I find delight il ta thy Out from the Army In January -
soy the Burnetfs Lake
the Interest of the association asked to cUp the silhouettes the Starke Rotary Club pre,,
ID ceHssandsMBts. A> PR1ESS\ In Vietnam. l He Unites the
119:47) would have trouble bearIng safeguards for the personal the) merchants you think they Club, andam.mberoftheBrad-
a companion shout from a along with the corresponding ford Fair public to visit the new lot in
: savings of Its customers. represent County Association
? Stark
ASS O TlON seat beside him and see the large selection -
so great was ad.
AH of us really want UM Mlzell said that up to $500
the noise of doublewides display.
-' made by the wheels be mad available to tocl DANNy! BROWN: proprietor
establishment of harmony and can The tdrsf three persons presenting ROBERT
BOWEN started
/ bumping over the scrap Iron law enforcement offices to V order. We Uk fundamental rails. the right silhouette to with Florida Pest Control whenIt
be used to obtain Infonnattor he founded In Starke In-Oet-
merchant will receive
s a gift
step in this sVrectfaa when wenYInr opened its branch In Starke
ober of 1970. A native of Baton
regarding suspected criminal: Tb
certificate. contest starts
In 1957.' H
Of hs been
E.L. MATTHEWS EdHo.P.bli.h.rPI th tile command cornerstone ments and owfaitb "That was speedily adjusted .offenders of savings and loans. each Thursday at 1 p.m.,' and Rouge, La., be graduated from of the Stark store for manager the past
In 1969 with degree
Pubhah.d.ach with better rail the little The Reward Plan will be administered shoppers must go to the Individual a three >
J"y Gnd<* .nt.r.ele. S.conel l years and lived in
for present day livtag. and before) coming
.. Matter at th. Pest Qftte. at Stork. florid. adopt Ma railroad got along fine most by the Crime Deterrent stores. No phone calls, journalism scarlut for 25 years. Com-
"" .' Act of< March 3" 187Subscription ?. -- As w* aflrin divine order of the time, until It finally Committee of the Florida please. to Stark was employed) for 4 Pj. *,pest control sarvlc .Is
our mind body and ..Islr.Gwe League who will determinethe 1/2 years as reporter-photo-
In trod. 1 f la became Just another branch of offered by tftJa' company with
era: $5.00 Outside State-Times
trade 1 y.ar ; allow UM fufln M of an Ufa. the Seaboard. During the summer eligibility of reward recipients Here are the tour Mystery Krapner for the free lnspeMfone and continuous
area: 2 Advocate In Baton
year $5.50. aD..U..kt,and.Jl good will salts excursions from Stark and the amount to which Merchants whose silhouettes, Morning Mr. Brown Is now serv contracts for those who desire.
Ie... to Burnetfs Lake picnic they are entitled. were featured last week. Rouge. them.'

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! ; April Land \ ,wr.u Hippies Win First Half Slow Pitch Title

; at Craudon's Hippies after the Hippies 10-9. Calvin The second halt of the, season vidual. Bill Shield vrlll be the
Sales t dropping their first game of Varnes and Dwayne Hardee will begin Thursday night, Instructor. Class will be limIted -
Climb the season to Cuimlngb n! Gulf, had two hits each for the winners June 1.Men's. to 12 people
.. clenched the first half title while Dean Johns led the Mr. Shields will be available
: as Cunningham dropped a 11- losers with two hits. Results Mon.,May 22REMII"DER tor private lessons for those
r 10 game to First Baptist. The second game saw WJ/CB unable to meet on Tuesday eve
i To The loss was Cunningham's blast Lawtey 23-13 but then ning. Fees will be $4 per les-
$24 5 036 r 1' second while the Hippies[ had WJ/CB turned around and TO son or 5 lessons for $15. Phone
just one. The Hippies and Cwt dropped the next to Branding Bill Shields 964-8073.
ningham will represent Starke Iron. 17-14. Henry Ilarrell hada Tennis instruction will be offend

4 In the Eighth Annual Starke superb night at the plate as beginning Tuesday, June .
he went 9-for-10 in the two 8.
April land sales climbed to $3,000 from Marie J. Du- .. ,,... Invitational this Softball Tournament Sessions will/ be offered each \\'f\ can inil'l'!' 'h''I'CO)' /Hint, the
$245,036 after rane to Mr. and Mrs. NormanL. ,1 weekend. games. rid/on/ !/ "'in/I'd, / / ;iillifiniin, lit
dipping to $192- Thursday May 18, saw a tri- Saturday night !May 20, saw Tuesday evening 6:30: 9 p.m.
"flip ,flttank /
of '
800 In March Redding Jr. Starke for n.H'niii'mi rrmipmqn}
the lowest month t Cunningham take First Instructor fee will be $10
on per
ple-header at Westslde( Park
rhrfudi'/ // .
l recorded In a parcel of land on SR-100 / out /nr j'oiliou.>
over a year. with First Baptist downing and come out on the short couple and $7.50 tor an Indi
I Property sales still have not and SR-18.! c r Branding Iron 15.8. Cunning end of a 11-10 score. Each team .
climbed back to their January $16,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Iats ham Gulf defeating Williams collected 12 hits but Cunningham .- - -- ----------
level of $269,750: and even that Carl Arthur to Charles W.Bar-
V Jewclry-Comm. Dank 15-5 and more errors. Bill
is below sales which boomed rett of Keystone tor a lot In Shields led the
19-13 !In two games winners witha
In the last half of 1971 Feb- Keystone Club Estates. On Friday May 19, there perfect 4-for-4 and Eddie ATLAS TIKE !
C. Chas-
$10,000 from Madge
ruary land sales totaled $220-. was also a triple header played Ilazen had three hits. Ken Carl-
800. teen to Mr. and Mrs. HerbertP.
and the first game saw Cunningham ton led the losers with two
Largest of the 24 April .. Herres Jr. of Starke fora 4 Gulf defeat the Hip hits Including his thI[ J! home '
transactions parcel of land In Starke. !
was a 39-acre par h pies 6-4. Cunningham outhlt run of the season.

cel on SRS-227 sold by Mr. ftl.1.000: from Mr. and Mrs. :' ; ;"':';"-";':':':"':':':.':':':""""""""....._... ................. ................ .,- ,
and Mrs. Max D. Fisher to Thomas F. Roberts Catherine K*, '::: :;:::::::;::::: *:;::;:':: ; .:;>,;:: ::: ; vv.iv.v.viv.; ;v.si*;*ir.*>>.*.**:i : :*:;+* tl'
M. of Green Cove :::*--"*::*#:*::: :::::::a::::::::: ::: :::iiii:i:: : :i : : : :::rr> ; mj1111;; ;
Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Fisher of Drompp I I II
Dcerfield, 111. for 30000. Springs tor about 40 acres In Set For Summer Reading K'-i :.:{:. :
Only transactions of $1,000 Sec. 35-8-22. "-' jji NOnCE jjj1jj
$5,770: from Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jackie Cline education 5 ;
i or more are listed below: Public Library. mH:m ,
Edmond$4,000 Lritereey.tonMrMand John F. Gelger to Mary D. chairman and Mrs.Judy Dukes The youngsters are the daughters Beginning/ I June 3', 1972, Slide Gas Of( Starke HIjiiiji ; I
Brown of Starke for a lot In president of the Starke Juniorwoman's of Mr. and Mrs. ;;
George :j=;:
Mrs. Maitland Whitehead of Plnehaven Subdivision. Club, show Clare left) Winkler. #: Inc Will Close 'At Noon; On Saturday. Ijij-i:::: ?
$9,000 from Faulkner and Melissa Winkler how :':'=::: :::
,Starke for a parcel of land Mary to Junior Woman's Cluh mem- ::;
containing almost three acres T. Dekeyzer of Starke for a take a "giant step". to inau- bers will distribute reading material 11 1i Regular Week\ Day Hours From 8:00: A.M. To M%i1j%j1 : GcSdenAirRedieb

In Sec 35-0-22.:: parcel Starke. of land In the City; of gurate the summer reading County proamattheBradforo to all elementary schools j$=:%:: 5:00: P.M.! Monday Through Friday. :Pg ::?;::::
$3,000 from L. P. Bradley ; In the county this week.
to Mr.and Mrs.Maltland White- Mrs. Martha Minx, librarian, r$; ::1
head of Starke tor a parcel Howard$1.200 from Mr. and Mrs. GIRLS REGISTRATION says all children who can read 1::: SL\UE GAS F STARKE INC. 1'?i (Blemish)
of land containing almost three R. Corl to Mr. and SOFTBALL UNDERWAYAll are encouraged to Join the Vacation t::::1 332 \West Madison, '*''t
acres In Sec. 35-6-22. Mrs. Cecil C. Melvin of sterna girls ages 10-13 are Invited Readers program from St. ::=::: I N'I I

$2,166 from Mr. and Mrs. for One.two lots In Corllotta Unit to register for the PIg June 5 to August 11. Reading tm1f1111;;;;;;; mmm11i1111j111imm11i1jiimm11if11fj11lilm111iI11111i;; :' : :; :fi1:i1ii1 fi1jjijiiiji11fj. ; :{1ili1jI1' f$ 11jm1;;:: :';+ .]
James P. Shuford Van tall Softball
to Program
Wayne being offered cards are available at the library
Bennett and Donald Keith Ben- $13,000 from Mr. and Mrs. by the Starke Recreation and all boys and girls r---------------- SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE $68
nett of Lawtey for a parcel of Wllliam R. Knight to Mr. and Department. are Invited to come by and pick
land containing about five acres Mrs. Azel E. Hensen Jr. of To be eligible a girl( must one up as soonas possible, FIRMS PARDelPATING I I IB IN
In Sec. 23-5-22. Jacksonville tor a lot on Mount be 10 years old by June 1 and Mrs. Minx says. : :
$3,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Silver Lake. not have attained her 14th birthday The program will otter many,; SALE $38 AND UPPLUS
Willard H. Varnes and Mr. $10,000 from Mr. and Mrs. by Juno I. surprises and will close with a B MYSTERY MERCHANTS i PRICE (
and Mrs. Clyde Wheeler to Robert J. Wynne to Mr. and Practice sessions are scheduled party for all readers the librarian TAX)
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Moore Mrs. Edward J. Rudsewick of to begin June 5. added.
and Oval T. Moore and Ber- Jacksonville tor a lot >In Carl The Vacation Readers Program : CONTEST :
than Moore tor about 17 acres Vollkopf) Subdivision. Is federally funded under Fully
onSn-326. $13.000 from Mr. and Mrs. Profeiilotral football considers the Library Services and Construction Cuemnffood

$10,800 from Iva Douglas to Wayne Parrish Virginia substantial changes lathe Act through the Flor- IF YOU II.WE CII\NGES IN YOUR AD FROM WEEK, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Zedra W. Hamilton Crews Myra Thomas and Norma rotes. One thing that distinguishes ida State Library. TO WEEK PLEASE CALL
of Brooker for a par Jean Parrish to DePo Investment ba.eball'roDi other "Boys and girls should not THE TELEGRAPH I WATERS ENCO SERVICE/
cel of land !In Sec. 8-7-20. Inc. of Jacksonville settle for a duD summer but I BY NOON FRIDAY FOR THE FOLLOWING WEEK
$1,700 from Ruby Giiffls to xor 38.12 acres In .Sec. 31- sports Is tfcat it doesn't have be off Into a world of adventure ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Giiffls of 5-21. to be re-invented every year ," Mrs. Minx says. 964-6305 ,
Starke for or saKelly "Join the 800 S. WALNUT U.S. 301
a parcel of land .. summer reading -
containing about five acres -- program and 'take a giant I If( we do not hear from you we will assume your ,
on S1 -13. step' to tun at the Bradford ad PHONE 964-54S8 .
$17,000 from Mr. and Mrs.' Occupational County Library." ,I repeats. !,
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I Franklin P. Devore Jr. to Mr. --- --- ------- -
v and Mrs. John Paul Jones of -
'; Jacksonville tor a parcel of
land In Lakeside Sub Division.( License Fees
$25,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
r< James M. Gaskins to Mr. and
Mrs. Edward D. Crews of Jack-

sonvllle tor approximately 28I Turned Down
I acres In See 29-S-22.: r k
> $15,000: from Edward Saxon, p ,
Charles Hicks, William Stin- .e. .A :1 ar
son, Lamar Brown, and James
Davis as trustees of the First It's a new twist when a tax Interprets the law to
3: Baptist Church of Hampton to collector turns down money, mean that the county's; share of
: Mr. and Mrs."Arthur Bruno of but due to a confused situation occupational licenses taxoawDlbegpporganedbetweeathe ,i
Hampton for::a parcel'ofjand;.; over-a law passed at the last unincorporated .. ( ''r.. \
In Hampton. legislative session, Bradford al'8U'ot thecoun- ;
$2,000 from Mr. and Mrs. County; Tax Collector J. R. ty; and the Incorporated municipalities has 100 different
James F. Stroud to Mr. and Kelly Is turning away all applicants on a ratio based on
Mrs. Lerov Jackson of Starke for county; occupational population."in *
;; for a parcel of land containIng licenses. that case," he says, "the '
10 acres. Up till now, Kelly Issued state cities will get most of the In. talk jight now
$9OOD from John Ellington sand county; occupational licenses come from license fees collected .
to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Todd and rebated two-thirds by the county; and It will
Jr. of Starke for a parcel off of the receipts to the state. amount to little In the long run ?; L:'' \1t "T.t.R ; v ice Supply
]land on SR-200 In Sec. 10-6- Last year the county; netted for the counties. I yr 1,1 a ",',1 v.' r, ;a \' Manager"pKfiBii.
12. about $3,500 from this sourceof AmOI1other( things the new .
revenue. law provides that no county; '
$13,000 from Gertrude Ly. '
dick to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kelly said Monday that he Is or municipality may Imposea ,j !iwal.he s( r6ee.w.o..0 "sunw.caaw.
Mbert of Keystone Heights for now referring all such applications license tax larger than the
a lot In Keystone: Club Estates. to the City; of Starke. one In force as of Oct. 11971,
$30,000, from Mr. and Mrs. where applicants can still obtain and also states that all charges -
Max D. Fisher to Mr. and a occupational license. shall be uniform and basedon l .w r J
Mrs. N. H. Fisher of Deer- Cause of the confusion> Is the reason In all classifications.
field 111. for almost 39 acres "Local Occupational License So If you want anoccupatlonal
on SR-S-237. Tax Act" passed by the 197 license -- at least tor the time t' r ,
Legislature and approved by being -- apply at city; hall.

from Mr. and Mr* Governor Askew on April 25: r
Paul Alan Wegtng to Betty; JaneMorgan Its apparent objective !Is to
of Starke tor a parcelof alleviate the rising burden of t 1 s vwi
land. taxes on businessmen levied
by local governments to boost 2 Top
revenue and meet rising costs
i F. Bureau and to set up a system to
control such taxes.;

Sets Dlst UnionGrads

ur tir
Rally Here a

How to educate the consumer 1i
and the status of farm Named yM ; 1d
labor problems are two Important -

topics to be conaldI ;A, ,
ered at the District m Flor- ;,
ida Farm Bureau Women's Rally Rachel Yvonne Cowen is the
In Starke today Thursday, 1 valeditorian for the 1971- i ry A "'-: dr'Ti
May 25. E 72 senior class of Colon County -
; High School with graduation
"Doyle Conner or a representative ,
from the Department .! ), set tor Friday night June 9, _
of Agricultre will speak at 10:45 at 6:30: p.m. -y
a.m. on consumer education. Miss Cowen Is the daughterof X w is
The American Farm Bureau r ra William( J. Cowen of Lake 4
Federation film, 'Road to De- r Butler and has a 3.7 three year ir ''ti
lano' will be shown at 1:00: i grade average.
p.m.," according to District ; Salutatorian Is Louani ti "
HI Women's Chairman Dorothy )/c I Crawford daughter of Mr. and Vi "
Holtsclaw.: Mrs. Lee Crawford; of Lake
The films which Is currently ?.' i iQw Butler. Louanne had a 3.6'a-
g being shown J>y commercial veraee.
television stations throughout Miss .Cowen Is active In
the state tells the story of labor the student council Future
activity'lri"; California: following Teachers of America Beta.
unionization by Cesar Pep Science, Devotional and i ,c
Chevaz' Union Farm Workers. ; : Trl-Hl- Y clubs. She Is also
i "In addition" said Mrs. ,, r captain of the cheerleaders
.. Holtsclaw: "we will discussthe .a Rachel plans to attend Bryan
1972 women's projects and College In Dayton .Term and
FFBF Executive Vice President has not yet decided on a ma-
John C. Lynn will speak jor.Louanne :
about 'Women In Farm Bureau >Is active In the stu-
.' bent council Trl-Hi- Y, pep I See Them At. .
"These rallies are designedto and Beta Clubs. She la also
familiarize women with Fed- vase silhouette with a member of the FHA and
Bureau policies programs and tiny bodice accented waist president of the Future Teachers
services. Increasing attendance of America. She plans to
and full skirt Is exemplified C Or
at rallies throughout the state In this after-flve dress attend Lake City; Community; G
t Indicates a growing Interest and worn by Maid of Cotton Pat College and enter the nursing mili
enthusiasm In their organization Perry. Embossed cotton In a program. p4)
among Farm Bureau Wo- dramatic black and white Third top honor student of
men," Mrs. Holtsclaw con- print sets off the youthful UHS Is Cathy Langley
shape of this J. G. Couture .
: eluded design. Sixty; seniors will graduate "
The rally will begin( at 10 from the school with 13 graduating Jsfcz,
a.m., at the Holiday Inn In > with. honors.
Starke. District m Includes, Vlolenct it disappearing
Nassau.,! Duval. St. John, Putnam from Hit nation's computes The Salutatorian and Val-
Clay: Baker Columbia, now tAatM political/ {ftrmtnt edictorian will be the only
Union Bradford Alachua, GII- stem to have died down and speakers tor the program.)
christ and Levy counties. tin lHu1c.Cboll.IG.lOtI{ it over.

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$._wye. .. FIRST FEDERAL :. IT. Ml ItaHk Htm*MITIH ______ PHONE AHEAD 964-5126..

__ Slide Air Saving, !and lo:.._Association, at o Starke"I __________ WE CARRY THE BEST AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD __STARKE_________,_FLORIDA____________________ YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY

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N.-Cherry St.I I Phone 964-6078 33Z West- Madison- .-... Starke- ,_Fla. ______-_-__-___I- _______-____-_____________-___1/It. Iliuuf__;_M__.WtViOl1l.__;_"_"___-_-_____ ____ =: i""t.'T.V""" "'_____________PIOl____N4.W1_'_ """'_ 4IIII_""'"_ ,.........-......... ..._.... .._.... __....._. ....... ..................... ............. .............-._' aaav --naapv. _.



Wildwood Mobile Homes, Inc.. !
,IN'", THE 1;! U U.S.A.. 109 East. Call St. Phene '964-5211 : ;(. .?: Commercial eATTENTION
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1 \ BARS AND) TACS REFRIGERATORCompletely _j ovtA' 'o vss, .'$ PHONE
$$1,000,000,000.00, in, damage this year to IF. _________TIE__' ____{__________ Furnished _' ___ VIMAV,,' c ,I ; ,IMINC5* (. 964-6111
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food property humans,:, and live stock.. Rot- And Set Up /
borne diseases hove killed more humans than 1IIIII1I1"U'II't'. BRACELETS. ........... ....
Vi Graders Who; Will Be In The llth Grade Next Year ''
oil the wars!. .in history. For safe scientific: ________________ WEEKLY CONTEST' RULES ; ___ .CA1L1L. ___ 10 ''"' '
pest control you (ran depend on f fPC.. $S6995 '. Your. claw. .,ting n now on display. in n our atoca.. In only.month,you 24 HOUR
: EVS* Vt 964-6061' ..
1 I| MOTHERS RINGS AND I J can b be WUinllh.anal I icapected symbol of your academic'"achieve" .
. FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ifJ ii THINK THEY MATCH ALONG VT:t[H HIS.AD ON THIS PAGE. THE Our rings. are. ,custom," ..",ul.dbyohnRob.I.lh.mak.r01. ) ,.,! the.""Worlda, Wrecker j jService :
I '''0.. FIRSTTHREEPERSONSPRE"FN''>) 'NG(:flit PROPER SIUIOUETI t f IE10 E WELISELECTRIC V Finest Class.. Rings". You may deaign'' your ring to your own taite... to : :
Pete" Peters
0 J-"e: SEE ; or Bitty' Vernon, .( A MERCHANT WILL RECEIVE. "' .:: -CERTIFICATES: IN VARYING reflect your. personality.' .:
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I 'Watch, .: h AndJewelryllepairing; g L Largest.. D ou bl.", Id. Dealer, In Th. Stat. Of Fla. Starke ,F Fla.I 141fl.CaIISt.' Phone VW-TIIM
I 301 N.. Acres* From Bradford, Motel f 1. ..210. TEMPLE STARKE, FLA.

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11 I 17 2SdIIpon.Ppicti.Md.I GQ 729 ... MID 8 x 10 LIVING COLORS : lIS .Submersible... ,., Sprinkler Sytera*

A 18 PORTRAIT, 4; ** 5 2 TON KW OF IIEATPUMP BOOST HEAT i MA1II111L TO VALUES$18.99 SPECIAL 6 Pump Installation and.

Solid XL-100-RCA100 State. AccuColo'S%' Silver Anniversary pp lances ________________________ ., 7 SUPPLY OUTLETS EI.ctrlc Motor V Service,
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performance::;:':':: anddependability.. J n MONTH UEGflWAKXADTY$ I Cell,,*On All" Reg... 19.95: I ((01 Two People) 9 99S| 21'' lUll' & 2T' ; 5 YEAR WARRANTY ON V 'lltIMS The House Of ServiceDummc :
AccuMatic' 23' .. 25V COMPRESSION Values to $$6.99SPECIAL.
colormonitortockscolor* I : "" & c Co.:
I I (LIVING COLOR ONLY[Y) V V : : .. 'Pusnp Supply
within normal,range. ______________ I:. Bank Financing. C Can B Be A Arranged d A At t SALES TAX VV .l'J.' :.. Y
Come In And Check 5% or 9.10. % Annual Rate.Low .' 341 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-7061

Discount Prices Plus, Service _______________ Many Used Motor :; $$1,005 '' .() .G 1 A vaUable
:" .! Our Low Wedding Prices &: Trailer*For Safe 0 $$1.88 to $$3.88 Financing
"CL--k With, Us/. Before. .
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We Do Our Own Financing g I '" 1 I JIMMY MOORES ; 'Provided "Electrical", ; System, ,Is Adequate, '', SceUsTcyFcrEvsryPJumMj* ,,
You Buy"VVinkler 1\ : BOOTERY
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INC. BARGAIN CENTER PHOTOGRAPHY :. l t to> T: Shoe and Accessories Expert & Repair
Ftoru&u& Dot Mechanic :;:

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WHY YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR Full Line Hardware City I Y ___ '! I-I uealaaTmLuas'NI.. I? 5 .".'
_____ ______ ___ : WITH QUALITY PLUS

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964 8077 ;. ..
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I 2. Only Expert Air Conditioning _______ __________ ________________ ; : I-' t '- Fried Chicken, the way ought to be Tubing-Book .,...v.ft..n.1.v.IhqUAIITYPLUv..IIh.owO.,,.you..IV.k>.k.I..Ih..,.*' *IWM bltnd.. nf..1.f. pti,formncml II 4 PLY NYLON
Men Will Install think twice 89.98$ i AonM'Al"" ..(IS.whwti.. H,. MlAdmlMl .. 450-134
No Trainees .. "" I
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Of The e L LowestPossible.P nce''" / j. ;' 'o. .: 891 Your.
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Free S Survey Of I Your Need. _._.. _____ ____-________ _______ substantial count here every- growing month more or payday and-more you ::: head' Pet Shop $$12.98 Tun. Up* On All Cart Car, Wash.

V SMOKES PKMIC LB. don't' have to think twice about where ; Phone A Electrical High 011 I Change
PHONI '964-8343 3 Sporting' G--1I-' you'll' get the spare cash for a special ::; And Your Order Witt Be Ready $;: Speed Broke Job Wheel* oalenclng, L LIf b. Joe

We Service, All Make* '_______________________________________ _"ISH__________NICK_________BOMS___________-____4__f LB._____$$1.00_________ vacation Earns ,an emergency,almost anything.. i 964-9972 / \& I F i V ALL
t APftUUICII ( interest, tool) --- 1rJ<<

I I Start V 11 Ufo. TO 9 _____________________________
.hi...ThI.. (CHUCK: ROAST saving hero NOW! O OPEN 9.P.M.
--At ---OI1J'm.\&I' !' \ __________K0yitwm_$____*__$._._.______ t 7 DAYS A WEEKJohnnie ''L Open 24 Hrs Road Service
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jl DlSiONI HIJ8HTS* STUll* ______"J!!!_" ", ,#...H__ ..j.S.ANK: .] At '$r'A'RKE'' _' i' B. Thompson OF PETSUPPLIES'
GEORGE MANNING TOMMY MANNING CHUCK STEAK a - LB. 7'H' Memb.r Subsidiary F.d.ral Of Fl; ..anda-wrw.W.. National Insurance, Corp'. i: V of Lowte", Radio & TV s.vb 782.3577
Of .I Phone 964-S.H9; StarkeTBlfTM
473-4822 "964-9311
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tone In Solving Approach ReFRIGeRBTOR designed with your to keep UPSPEclALS

Problems changing needs

ENGAGEMENT MORBENTE-KUBIN Lt. Col. : : on paperexcept perhaps the ;
Mrs. Joseph
discus recently approved countywlde; Frthnj
Mordenta of Keystone Heights : Key- sewer and water survey which
announce the engagement of Issue Is the first hurdle out of the
their daughter. Betty; Jo. to that way. _
John Richard Kubln, son, of on dead When the Clay Co-Op first _
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kubln of : at the came on the scene In this area 1111.
Belle Vernon, Pa. Wedding many people thought It could:
plans will be announced later. ; a dead never live to be what It Is
L j no- today. Some actually thoughtIt
ST. WILLIAMS new could never even survive. ANOTRiES
CATHOLIC CHURCH there This writer was only a"young-
Installation of offlcers of the : : n" In thoaadays,but old enongh A SON51RVIti
Altar Society; of St. William's to remember hearing all the
Catholic Church was held on the pros and cons argued In every
Monday May IS, after 8:30: ,would quarter. It Is now. after many
Mags. Rev. Father Maurice term. miles of very rocky road one INIi
Imhoff offered prayers and Out of the biggest In the 0. S. _
blessings. Mrs. Emery Coo- broad Why not the same conceptIn :
per was the Ins tailing officer. sewer and water systems? KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-4651
New offlcers are: President T. L. Drali$ both Such must be attuned to the
Mrs. Ralph Naples; Vice President EUcfrlc will needs of all- not one tiny town
Mrs. Hilda White: Sec- recent .ua, ( ) re- nor one tiny community.; Letus
retary. Mrs. Richard Abels: Whlta Kayeton I not sit by with Idle hands
and Treasurer Mrs. Daniel Starle.. area- until our lakes are polluted [SPECIAL22CU.FT.;
Pater. prob- beyond use; our water supply
Father Imhoff concluded the should Is no longer useable without
meeting with a brief talk commending heavy treatment; our road and
members'for their ," access ways so overcrowdedas ,4"
loyal support and work accom- Is to make them almost Im ana
plished, during the post'year. area passable.Let .
Lane Powell TZt teas?**
Refreshments were .served In .Nancy White for us all look above and Ar" """ 15|
the church hall. beyond a small town -
Heights will called 15.0 cu. ft.
The Diocesan Council of t pend Keystone Heights! a small vil
and leave including
on a I Side
Catholic Women held a meetIng pense paid )loge called Lake Geneva; and By- Side ___i_ : :j 3.2 cu ft.(112lbs. .
at St. Augustine In May. ton, D.C. The > late. several clusters of homes In ( .)
Members of St. Wliliams's representing iors are ; con- our subdivisions and aroundour REFRIGERATORS freezer I
the Parish were: of the "Youth such lakes. We MUST seek the
Mrs. Emery Cooper a board ington" time solving of area problems-
member of the council; Mrs. essay years. Just city; or community; problems .
Lena Clemens and Mrs. Ed- sponsored by : from -
61 0
ward Rayner.COMMUNITY. operative. there -Bill BAKER
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Leaving Jack Idea Model! TR.15G-Lu'8111111.' H HI Him "Mdlll'II.' '11'Ing''o
11, Lane and Lake Geneva Fla. willuil, 41 rs'IritIrIt|| *" Hull' ki't'pi."x'.il.. 'Intsli.prevunis '.
'il ,from. drying out Two < Cold Con
The Community Church other two ...'......." 1101'1"|
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Beaver and trolk (III Irtw/i'r" mid h'"'\\1'11"1'' St'l orti' WitIft' lilt) .,1
Women held their last general Palatka and Jet OUR SERVICE fueling (.he nlhiv, Ftjrwl iiboul' nit tihn* WhS'SI ys Sip
meeting until September until ners from Notes odd this AIIIIMIII| ( ( lu Miki, |h'P"IIMIl.> )
Monday May IS: at the Educational We Are Where You .
board the
outgoing Building.The President, By Helen' Egan Are When You Special -, $295

Mrs. Barry Wyman,greeted the ganization. Need Us...
members and guests.Congratulations Mrs. Roy Dr. and Mrs. Lynn Ten Eyck
were extended to CIrcle President, of Swan Lake have Invited the
One chaired by Mrs. Roy sent the gifts Com chapter members to enjoy a 19 Cu. Ft. Side-By-Side Refrigerator
Turknett on being the winners
ship lakeside picnic luncheon at 12.
to the was
of the attendance The
contest. She was : 18 noon on June IS: at their home. 4y
guests Circle of members the other were ladles the at years of Appreciation was expressedto ,, OT2O FIRST WITH THE FIRSTS:
devotion to cov- the Luncheon Committee and
the luncheon.
Mrs. served to Rev. Poppell for use of the in food keeping and convenience
The Buffet table was lalden : ,
elected parish house, and the generous
with most delicious dishes prepared ; .
service for the luncheon. The
mittee's -
the members.The .
by ;
that they membership gave a rising vote
officers table beautifully
was -
State of thanks for the colorful nametags
and stand
decorated with when -
an arrangement ;
of lilies and zin Circle North- presented to the chapter by '
nias. The guest table was decorated and asked' to ; meet- one of its members. 'IM i J i ..\
with white glads and of circle In as- Membership Is still open In .
fern attractively placed down ing year. In the AARP to those wishing to L. "' .
mem Join, by sending a $2 check fora 1 1I.
the center of the table. Guests Thanks .
were given favors of small couple or a single person. I. I.
flowers arranged In tiny, flower Mrs. mem- Chapter dues are $1 per member '.. .4- H
\ Checks may be sent to
pots. \
chairman many Mrs. Ernest Crawford, Treasurer t
After the luncheon. Mrs. It
Board hosting .19'7'.n.
up to Melrose.
Wyman Introduced Mrs.Ernest flower S

McLean, the newly elected President sages, ) *.. com per- .. MELROSE HOMEMAKERS? .? .r, ; ( SPECIAL
and turned the 25''ear N. Sunderlan ; The Melrose Homemakers _
old gavel over to her.The gavel Mrs. Key-lake ""I 4will hold their business meet- tzi:. .
was made by Mrs. Nell Grayson's date of the all- Ing at the clubhouse at 10:30: J. '
brother 25 years ago and will be held on a.m. today May 25): This Is a I IJ.il
presented to the Women's Or- Mrs. Roy the the final meeting before the .

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J jr be an- about 11:30: with husbands in-
meet- vited. The club Is providing the
m.o"- main dish .- turkey -
1 wj June The president Mrs. W. H.Can't r. I

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i ) warrants for S yaara 'from ditt of' original eartata raplacamint of laifcalt.rubbtr or plattie parts
purchasa; in U S, rapiacamanl, or :rapair, ol part, foundda'tctiva .ntf. fifht: bulb. Any product\ ubjtctad, to accidant.MM .
I; The Mark Of & i '. '' H l Id workmanihip. or malarial' ,undtr normalHI M. "|''|.nc.. lb.... difacimant' of .",.. 0"'.'.
Thti 'include labor raquirad. (Ill raplacamant St* .r Hafatien shall. void, 'tht warranty 'in Canada. ,lbs
datacliva' 0.iII. Darachva parti, ara to ba raturnad warranty applits a*.b...aictpt'that'.it, don not'covar
wood grain panels :ttirouftiAmaflaidaaiar'dislribulororianitation; Owns* taat*.dutiti,umimtntiUvnd' it nmaof' part s.pint.
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475-2401 5i-: .SI. 5-.
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KHS Athletes HonoredAt ,,7 :J: Keystone-Geneva PO's

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i i'd. -4R Reflect Area GrowthThe

AUrSports Banquet rle

postmaster In 1938 the office McRae (on Smith Lake)to Mel-
growth of Keystone (
r In old rented building rose, and from Hillcrest on
was an
1 KeystoneHlgt School athletes plaque by members of his a plaque from her players. The Heights and surrounding area and had 14 boxholders. Sep- Highway 100) to Starke will be
were honored at the annual AU sauna; and girls basketball cheerleaders presented Mrs. ., Iflif 11 reflected In the rapid increase tember of 1970 the number had "one big city"
Sports Banquet given coach Cecelia Jackson received Linda Davis with a corsage. lr 4L : of boxholders at the to 94 boxes and today
oman Ar grown
Boosters Club In the e Coach Bayless expressed appreciation Keystone and Lake Geneva post there are 200 box holders at
Club building last Friday night. Present to those who made 1 offices In recent years. Geneva. .
Tony Miller University of Lions donations to send the track When the present Keystone Baker Is now preparing to Sailor
Florida basketball player, who Six Students team to the State Meet In post office was first opened In Install an additional bank of
was among-the eight\ top-scor Winter t Park last week. 1962 there were approximately boxes which will bring the total -
I 300 boxholders. Today the
ers In the nation last season With AwardsSix to 336 available for rent.
number has almost doubled.
spoke to the athletes the This If Drowns
on FIRST BAPTIST total can, necessary,
CHURCHOF One hundred and 60 new boxes
topic, "What Makes A Winner be Increased to 400, but after
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSThe Installed at the post
?" Keystone Heights High
that. Baker says, the present
Miller la All School students were honored office last March to meet the
Southeastern be
at Church has approved growing demand, and It Is estimated building will outgrown.
Conference Academic All A. for rhnt Hr> achievement Baker attributes the rapid Tues. InCrystal
and the last meeting of the Lions Gene Wheeler to serve as Gen- that this will take care
merlcan. was picked to try growth of the Keystone-Geneva
Club May 9. Parents of tile eral Sunday School Director of the situation foranotheryearor
out for the on severallactors
Attending Othe banquet were students were Invited asgCertificatescof for the new church year and 11 KHS Students 18 months All available area'--People to are moving: hereto
Cyril Plckren to serve as for box Installation has
at this time. spare
members of the bas from
football get away high taxes
Church Training Director.They now been used Post Office
ketball; golf and track Merit were utilities fees, and other costsIn
teams the
presented to Todd Maxfleld. are now also 'Outstanding Clerk Edna Baker said, and
and the cities.
the cheerleaders Paul Leino Vlkkl Whlddcn church Nominating Committeeand when these are all rented, the
attracted to the
The following awards were Tex Glllen. Susan Baker and will share In the responsibility office will have to go to city --They are A young Navy man drownedIn
presented: John Valldejull.who scored four of selecting all of the Eleven Keystone Heights highest achievers are accepted delivery or major alterations area by the schools lakes and, leisurelyliving churches Crystal Lake near I Keystone -
Football ,
Most Valuable good -
Player Bobby- Burner Back 400 on their senior placement church leadership for next year. students have been selected as for membership. In the) building will have to be and other advantages. Heights, Tuesday after-
of the Year Rick : test. Revival Services last week members of The Society of Members of the society are made. --There Is a back-up or noon tragically marring what
Lineman of the Year Mike Six members of the club and were well attended and a good Outstanding American High now competing for more than The story on the Keystone "spill over" starting In this would've been a four day retreat -
Wrinkle; Most Improved Steve their wives attended the State number of decisions, including School Students the nation's $580,000 In renewable college rural route Is much the same. area from the overflow growth at Camp Montgomeryfor
Byrd; Best Team Spirit, Larry Lions Convention In Sarasotalast 12 professions of faith were leading high school honorary scholarships offered to selected The route was started In early of South and Central Florida. several Navy men stationedat
the Naval Air Station
nipper.. week. Those attending were made. society. colleges and universities a- 1959, and two years later It The Lake Geneva postmaster near
Boys Basketball"Mr'.Hus- Mr and Mrs.Charles McGlave. Frank Johnson will be serving Pictured above, they are: cross the nation. covered 57 miles and served predicts that In from five to Jacksonville.
tler" Todd Brannon Most Improved Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jones. as the manager of our 1st row O-r) Cindy Scales Society members are recog- 225 families. Today the route ten years the entire area from (Having been at Camp Mont-
Tony Burke; Most Valuable Mr. and Mrs.Huntley Redfeam. church Softball team this year. Nancy White. Barbara Matthews nized annually In a published has reached the point where It gomery only a few hours the,
Bobby Hurner. -Jr., Mr. and Mrs.Ed O'Dono- The Oak Hilt Baptist Church Susan Baker; 2nd row volume which is distributed soon have to be split sinceIt victim.' Daniel Rivera. 19 anda
Girls Basketball .Most Val- ghue Mr. and Mrs. Bruce rf Gainesville has called one Pete Morgan, Hal Elsenacher, tionally to colleges unlversl-' now covers 77-1/2 miles and J. S. LaCoste companion were snorkel divIng -
of William M. Todd Maxfield Larry Carroll, In the middle of the lake
and Mrs.
cable Kim MrRne. and Mr our members ties, coporatlons and libraries. 395 families.
Improved serves
; Wolfe Sr. to their Not in photo are Paul Leino when the accident occured. Apparently -
Chris Brokas. Joe WUdt. serve as Because of their accomplishments The picture at Lake GenevaIs Services Held
The Lions will Install the pastor. Bill Is a charter mem- and Vikki Whldden. the wind blew their
the society members also of rapid
Track -- Leading scorer. ; are one growth
Danny Babb Runner-up Listen following new officers at their ber of our church, has served The Society of Outstanding the most deserving of recognition to Postmaster Bill At KeystoneJ. canoe several yards from where
plckren. regular meeting on June 12, as a deacon Sunday Schoolteacher American High School Students by the school,the community according they were swimming and the
he first became
; Richard Church Training Director strives to further the Baker victim was unable to return to
Members of the football and George Massa president; pursuant and the nation. As leadersof
Abies, 1st vice president ,Music Director Church civic responsibility on the the canoe. Rescue attemnt bv
track teams presented Coach American youth they represent Stanley LaCoste, 77, of his companion and others on the
2nd clerk and Church Treasurer American
Bayless with a wrist watch. ; Steve Shackleford, part of youth. one of the most Important Youth DrownsAt died Tues-
vice president; and Manuel A- and will be missed very much students who have distinguished segments of life In America, Keystone Heights shore were unsuccessful as the
Boys basketball coach Lyndle Bradford
day upon arrival at victim went under the water
all. themselves their school's
guilera, secretary-treasurer. by us as
and deserve the congratulationsof
Klrtley was .presented with a Magnolia County Hospital following a sud- and never resurfaced.Men .
,.' the community den Illness. Born In Malden from the Keystone Height
I Mass on January 16, 1895 he Volunteer Tire Department
was a retired archivist, having asnwered the emergency call
William Moultrle, 19yearold been employed with the De- and were at the scene In mo
Keystone youth of Savannah Ca., partment of Archives In Wash- ments. Starko Civil Defense
BOYS and GIRlS drowned last Thursday about ington, D. C. representatives the Uraoiord
5:25: p.m. after diving off the Mr. LaCoste had lived In County .Volunteer Fire Department -
S dock at Magnolia Lake Park Keystone Heights for the past and the Clay County
Hil/ices into 13 feet of water. two years where he was a Rescue Sauad also participated
member of the Keystone Heights In the search which ended

Of The Keystone Heights AreaVALUE The boy had come to the park Golf & Country Faith Club Presbyterian and attended about 9 p.m. with the recovery

from Preceding Page with a group of friends he was of the man's body
I visiting In Gainesville. He left Church near Melrose lie wasa .. ... .... ... -10_
of World War I,
sident and look forward to an the car and ran to the dock, having served In the U. S. . :..
A NEW BICYCLE ORSGIRLS active year.DUPLICATE. plunging Into the water and
BOYS 'I swimming out deeper Into the Navy Surviving as an ensign.Is his wife Jane )
BRIDGE Brewster LaCoste of Keystone ) C/
A CABIN TENT VALUE 69.95 Heights.
Kyler Cohen, of Starke, who --,7
Funeral services were held
Winners for Tuesday May
WIN First Mrs. tv. J.Crollck was on a family outing at the at 3:30 P.m. Friday In Jones
PUP TENT VALUE $18.95 16. were: Dark said that Moultrie apparently Memorial Chapel, Keystone "A highway rlnverleafmake.
and Mrs. Strawn
exhausted .
became I. pue.ihlr to drier
Second Mrs. Charles Heptin- Heights with Dr. James R.
while swimming back in and did l not In.
Neale officiating.Memorlallza- omrplare you
WATER SKI IS VALUE stall and Mrs Paul Stfne-
$29,95 Cohen attempted
metz: Third, Mrs. Ray Beckerand started going under. lion was by cremation lend to RI hrrauor. you ran'
to swim out to him "
Mrs. Phil Kromer and gel anywhere
; but was seized by a cramp.
RADIO VALUE 18.95 Fourth Mrs. Rowland Bryanand James Smith a park ranger
Mrs. CV. Homo. was also alerted and swam out

tQ the drowning boy,and the two
*. Baseball Rod & Red MASSACOWART1TtG'>> ''. N rrlen.kycEdl f ttlngah' m u '
Equipment Fishing \ 0' I .sf N
V <* tHt a o .. TM
,'Mr.J l r8. George Mass a altEf TONi MELROSE

of Keystone Heights announcethe They gave Moultrie artificial

You Can Win Any Of These ( their approaching daughter Georglna marriage to of respiration until the Keystone BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISIIERM

: Donald W. Cowart son of Mr. Fescue Unit arrived on the
and Mrs. Donald B. Cowart scene and took over. The boy
of Gainesville. The marriagewill could not be revived however,
BY 't take place Friday, June 16 and was pronounced deadonar-
) \ : at 7:30: p.m at the Community rival at Bradford County Hos stPPUESSLIM'S ; IIARim\ XRE-C: (: XKDEN
t".t. ..
Church in Keystone with a pital. ,
Getting New SubscribersTO ,
',' .
'I' reception In the Keystone Lion's
't// Club. f/ I tL
TIIEDrudfo =: ? I f Y AND
: and Mrs. D. G. Peters CENTERA
d w.'.: S.E. MCKAY
1 Live Bait
County Telegraph of Keystone Heights have returned complete (line of Hdw.
,f.,ft from an extended vaca- REALTOR et sSMnnorsWormsMinnows ",
.\ tion In the West visiting :Mrs. :\1.HlfC.......
In Your Time Peters' brother and sister-in- Keystone rlti. 473.4$16HOMES & electrical SoW.Ciro .
Spare .,k. law, Mr and Mrs. Ted Down- TA CKLE-RODS.REELS Plumbing

Ing of Tucson, Ariz and friends ACREAGES FISHING & HUNTING -1'one FertilizersInsecticides

by way of Boulder,Colo., TION > ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From
y Light
-- --------- Ottis
--- and Mrs. McKinney of ..
AND WIN THIS CABIN TENT SLEEPS M.lb.l1..n 471-4740 """
..., Keytton
Sampson City. Col.' J Ch lntton473-4: 7PSch.l Hats. 473.3663'I'FI.FY151o111
4-9x9 FULL L. / Robii.oo 475-104 : (;
All Prizes From ZIPPERED DOOR. c... 474-4039
Manning's 50'' NEW 1 YEAR SUBSCRIBERS TO THE TELEGRAPH BIC PENS. Ball Point Re- : : ( (o\n.

Hardware In Keystone AND IT' YOURS. III'raDh.fills.Bradford Count Tele- Lake Geneva TV Service Center

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Here's A List Of What You .,-- C-: I I & Candle Shop


Furniture For Every ANDRESIDENTIAL
Cabin Tent 50 New 1 Year Subscribers What KIND Ta te And Purl.S. .

Pup Tent -13 Cl1 1 War Subscribers Our Candle AIR CONDITIONING
Bicycle: 38 New 1 lear Subscribers SEES: SERVICE:
Baseball Globes 6 elI I Year Subscribers t -; L Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva
Tackel! Box \With\ :jUO.OU 'Worth (Of FUhinir! Gear V 41 Jl Mi. East of Keystone Hjtt.JiEXI. ivE: STONE JlI-GlITS':,

You Pick. (Qut, The Gear 11 New 1 Year SubscribersPocket F.STXTK" 47-46-5l
knife 1 elI I '' ear :Subscribers did you say? I : ''OB/lA'! / : HOME
\Water Skiis-20 New 1 Year subscribers
T. LovcrnReg
Walkie\ Talkie Radio -13 New 1 Year buoscribers Want to sell your Mobile
Baseball Bats 4 New' 1 Year Subscribers BOYS OR GIRLS !, Home?? If you have a buyer,
Mobile Home Brokers will
Deal Estate Broker
1 Subscribers ;
.i Baseball New War arrange ALL financing and
Zebco Rod and Reel 10 New War Subscribers Insurance details for a bro

Whatever your choice forFINANCE LAKE PROPERTIES f&;\ kerage fee of lQ%ot the selling




Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666

a new car. PHONE 475.1751
Group Together Or Work By Yourself Edna Knepper 473-4111; Auoc.


Contest Will Run To Tire End Of JuneGET Martha 473.3362 Durbin, Asoe.



Telegraph Representative Saturday Morning At 10 A. M. ftYiHERE Nell'aBeauty BY


At Hardware Co. THE YEAR
Mannings Keystone Heights "Fora StYfie

(I IN BICYCLE DEPARTMENT lovelier yo,, ,.
He Will Supply You With The Necessary Receipts, Etc. GET ACQUAINTED I hone I

So You Can Go To Work Immediately.MOST KEYSTONE STATE BANK I Between Keystone'.1 964-6305

Member P.DJ.C. I.,.... Bel.**** Fte. Heights *""* I'

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Baker NamedAs A llo>.UAQ. aw wso oiwlrsa5 I

Trainer News Notes,, get the into done

By PostalE.V. By Helen Egan

(From page 18))
Harwell of Tampa DIstrict
Director with the Allen will preside and a report FOR SALE- \ LAWN MOWER REPAIR. Automotive SELLING.
Sturdy: dining room
Florida Is with
StArke now accepting List for sale
Service has announced the property
ap- your
pointment of Win. E, Baker will be made of the Ala- CLASSIFIED AD RATES table; walnut finish; $15. 436 Repair -- Jack Eaves applications for one VA Financing. Experience and .
bike Geneva Postmaster as chua County; Council meeting Deadline for Insertion Monday; N. Walnut St. or Inquire at Shell Service. 435 E. Madl. full-time (40( hours per week) capable. A. J. Thomas Reg. CONTACT
Trainer Postmaster for the and luncheon held at LaCrosse 5 p. m. preceding Thursday Mootys; 200 E. Adklns St. son, next door to city; power and one part-time (24 hours Real Estate Broker Tel. 964-
North Central Florida dis with the Melrose Club as host. before publication. tf plant. 2 tp. 5/25. per week) Coordinator of a 5701 & 964-6850 It GEORGE ROBERTS
Many of the Melrose members _
Summer Neighborhood
trict. Charge ESTATE
Under this new assignment. partcipated! In the Fashion Review Minimum $1.75 LARGEST Trade-in allowanceon WANTEDCook and Waitress. Corps program, operating In BUSINESS FOR SALE, Kings- REAL
Mr. Baker will go when need- held In Gainesville on the (Covers 15 words) color sets at Dahmer's Dis taking applications. Apply at the Counties of C BY. Union and ley LakePhone 533-2073. PHONE 964-7826
17th which was a great suc Each word over IS, 8C! count. Stchg. 6/22. Garden Restaurant tfchg Bradford. Employment will be :
ed to various postofflces !In the .._ 421 W. MADISON ST.
cess. for a ten week period beginning _
area masters to help under break in new post- 3 NICE Wooded building lots Looking foracable driver bull- June 5 and ending August 14, IRISH POTATOES, snap beans
a training pro FELLOWSHIP CLUB FOR SALE-Registered Quarter 100 X 185' each. Crystal Lake dozer operator part time or full 1972. Experience wlur pro shell beans --John Crews, Rt.
gram started several years ago. The Keystone Senior Citizens Horse. 13 months old. Stal- privileges, all for $1,850 Ph. time for 2 or 3 days. Phone grams serving the disadvantaged 1, Box 28, Lawtey. Phone 782- CANOES: Mohawk, fiberglass
Harwell said that Baker'sselection
Fellowship Club will meet at lion King and Bill Clegg blood- 1-264-9332. Itp. 9645606. Itchg. and youth preferred. Sal- 3822. Itp 16' guide, $155; 17-1/2j $170
for the Job was basedon 1:30: p.tn. today (Thursday) In lines. Gentler halter broken and ary $110 per week (full-time) plus tax.--Dealer, Gainesville .
five factors including his efficient the Lions Club. Each one attending ready\ to train. Quick learner. ) 3720521. 12tp 629Imo'
: LOST: Brown pocketbook containing FOR RENT- Furnished apartment and $65 per week (part-time FOR RENT- air-conditioned
Geneva operation office of and the his Lake is asked to provide a Rex K. Smith 9049647679.Itchg. personal papers, pictures 3 rooms and bath. No All applications must be sub- cottages on KIngsley Lake.Call
attitude post toward, the positive wrapped gift to be used as a etc. If found please con single men children or pets. mitted by May 29, 1972. Send 533-2366 after 6. tfchg
and donation of 15
prize, a
complete resume and three letters -
tact Russell 439 Or-
r r, cents toward the rent. Mr. and FOR SALE New red Irish Carolyn Phone 984-8021.2tp. 6/1 of reference to i NelsonR.
Mrs. Ed Roberts will host this potatoes, squash, strawberries. lange Street, Starke. Itp. Rlos Executive Director.
\9 by 12 INDOOR and outdoor WATER FRONT LOTS
NEW BOOKSAT meeting and serve refresh- U-Plck'em. SR-233.Phone 964- rugs for $22.95. Dahmerb Dis CUBB Economic Agency, Inc. FOR SALE

ments after the game play.A 6880. Itp. 9/25. FAST TV repair, no charge for count. Stchg. 6/22. 136 North Temple Avenue, Post On Crosby Lake and Crosby LAKE GENEVA
THE LIBRARY REMINDERAll pick up In City limits Dahmer's Office Drawer 970,Starke,Florida Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
FOR RENT- bedroom frame
,, Discount. Stchg. 6/22. 32091. wide 8 feet deep) Located on MOBILE HOME
Senior Citizens Clubs and unfurnished house. Near shop- FOR SALE- large exhaust "AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITYEMPLOYER' 100 3 miles Westof
Chapter meetings will continue Phone with motors. Best offer State Road ,
964-8404. fans SALES
JUVENILE FICTION ping center. HELP WANTED: Apply Inpor- Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca-
during the summer months. Itchg. call 964-6490. See at Pine 2tchg. 5/25.
son only -- Waters Enco,south tion cottage mobile home orinvestment.
Alfred Hitchcock The Three Visitors in the area are cordial Level Baptist Church. Itchg. AND 21' WIDES

Investigators In the Mystery! lv invited to attend. FOR SALE: 1960 Chvy pickup 301. Itp.HAVE start at$1.29 .00 $200 PHONE 473-4329
Here Is the listing for June Good Call 964- HELP WANTEDCook, Waitress
Lion (West) condition
Of The Nervous ; SEVERAL good black and down and $35.00 month for 36
Drackle And Ills Dragon The Starke Senior Citizens 8911 after 6 p.m. Itp. and Dishwasher. ApplyIn ) ON ROUTE 100
Mr. white TV consoles for sale at mr\ns <8 1/2 % simple Interest
Club meets In the Pratt Street Long Horn Restau ,,.
(Froman); Amos And Boris $10.00 month,Dahmer Discount. person. Keystone Height, 1'1
(Stelg). Obedient Jack Recreation Hall on the 2nd and HOUSE FOR SALE bedroom 622.INTERIOR rant. 4tp 5/25 Call 964-7701 8 ajn.'to 9
5tchg. FURMTUREQuality
(Galdone)>; Alfred Hitchcock & 4th Tuesdays, June 13 and 27, frame partially finished. 3 1/2 p.m.-weekdays. tf
The Three Investigators In The at 1 p.m. Joe Kerrigan Is pre miles North of Lawtey off 301. SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned.
& Exterior -
Mystery Of The Flaming Footprints sident. $4.000 cash. Phone 782-3724 done well at reasonable price. : Home Furnishings SAVE r oiled and adjusted In. your:
)> Look What I weekends only. Itchg. f Custom Urapcrle home Vacumlcteaner
(Carey Call 964-5606 after 6 tfchg. Those) Long Distance ,..$5.00. \
Can Do(Aruego);Sidney's Ghost The Senior Citizens Fellow- p.m. e> Carpeting'Interiors PJdan. CdlU REDUCE safe & fast with Go- repairs also. All workguarant

(Wen); Hall Columbia (Realty); ship Club of Keystone Height FOR SALE-: 1957 Chev. Sedan by Victor Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water .ed. Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone
caboose meets In the Lions Club on the We now handle air (line.. "
The Who Got Loose 2 new tires a new battery runs 1918 Park Ave..-- Orange: Park pills. --Andrews Pharmacy. 431-1428 Uchg
(Peet), Tigers In The Woods second and fourth Thursday as good $195. 1 Milwaukee com- LEW'S 2C4-KU1 If tickets, cruises, and tours. 7q 6/13
follows June 8 at 12:30: a covered ; ,
(Bourne) How To Make Ele- :
; dish luncheon. June 29, mercial type 1/2" drill and WELDING SHOP W. off.r a special package
( ) The
Bread Mandry TOP
phant ; box w/off set chuck attachment. 100 records only 75C and
Rear And The People (Zimnik Lions Club, Game-Fun Day at Tour of New YOU last week hits
an Planetary bits for holes 2 9/6" .. IF YOU RENT OR IF for only 59C we
members providing PbtM
1:30 with
; ); The Nickel-Plated Beauty : 1/8" bits.Barely Whispering Mf, Disney World will not be undersold at Dahmer.s -
and 2 and other -
(Beatty; ) The Fir Tree Inexpensive wrapped gift for a used $125. Phone 9645656.Itp. tel US 301 8. Phone 2-1/2 to 5 acre plots N 301 BUY YOU FOR Discount. 4 tchg. 5/25.
(Anderson; ); Catch That Pass prize, and a small charge Lester to 964.8232 approx. 1/2 ml. out of city; Call 964-7449 HOME YOU OCCUPY
the rent cost. limits.
help on
( )) Charlie And The
Christopher ; TOWN FINANCE CO.
Chocolate Factory (Dahl!); Picture Sheets The l IB AARP oresldent.luncheonpicnicwill FOR RENT Furnished 1 bed- UTILITY TRAILERS W. Make It So Easy To Own A
Book Farm QIawklnson)}; house. No child- CUSTOM BUILT RAIFORD ,.0. Box 224 N. Temple
be held on June 15 at the room pets or 3 BR frame recently painted New Or Used Home. CARL BEGGS
Swan Lake home of Dr. and ren. 570 West Call. Phone 964- GAS AND ELECTRIC conveniently located to

JUVENILE NON-FICTION Mrs. Lynn TenEyck. Membersand 5884. It., WELDING BRAZING stores, post of flee etc.Beautiful 12' wide. 24' wides Gulf Service
Bertie And May (Norton)) I
; METAL' O.C. Carnes Nursery
friends are to provide a large yard. N.w Used-Reyes
Boys And Ghastly Girls FOR SALE BTU
Beastly 5,000 Air I
their foldIng Used
luncheon dish, own TRAILER HITCHES Parts
(Cole)>; The Everglades Today chair and gather at the conditioner; $65.Call\964-8244. Thousands of Plants Up To 12 Years To Pay
(Sand)); Lighthouse (,Smith)) home about 11:30. Luncheon will 2 tp. 6/1. INSTALLEDMOBILE Frame House In quiet part Fruit Trees. Shade Trees Meant low low THE FINEST SELECTION OF
be served at 12 noon. R.F.Simmons of city; 3 BR. Air Cond. Floor Evergreens, Camellias,
Library hours: Monday, 9ame Is chapter president. FOR SALE 1964 Cadillac 4 dr. Furnace, Paved drive, family ''Azaleas. Roses USED CARSIn
to 8 D.m. Tuosdav.Thurs- sedan excellent condition. room, carport. Well kept W. Trade For Anything From. this
day, Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PERSONALS Green Buick 964-6491. lip. HOME :repair and ser home and yard. Priced for Meal la can. plant 'AnytimeLANDSCAPING Billy Goats To Battleships. whole area

:Saturday\ a.m. to 2 p.m. Congratulations are extendedto vice work. Free estimate. Call quick sale.Frame I .24 Hr. Wrecker Service,

Ed and Lilly Roberts who HANNAH'S husband Hector 468-1047 Waldo after 6 p.m. IS Ml. SE. of Stark. Hwy 100 I T. JOHNS MOBILE HCME USED
CLASP ENVELOPES hates hard work he 2 5/26. House In city. 2 BR. PARTS
all celebrated their wedding anniversary so cleans tp. ; Floratiome 655.2165INSURANCE Ave. U.S.
( 17))
sizes.Bradford County; Tele- by dining out. They the rugs with Blue Lustre.Rent Inside redecorated. Chain link I Orange Hwy. 301 H, Waldo
graph. are anticipating a visit from electric shampooer$1. Devrlck fence. Close to everything. 284-5439
Inc., Builders Hardware &Supplies Outside needs some repairs. Green Cove Springs, Fla. 468.1998
-....................................- .- .- .- .- Starko, Fla. Phone 964- 2 Bedroom I bath, !In City; ,

6163. frame, on large lot,nice house BILL POWELL BROKER AT REDUCED RATES
Santa Fe Lake 80' lot. Sea- 9646464Or AUTO, FIRE, BOAT guard sofa for only $59.95 at FOR RENT- bedroom house
DEALER II ; their son and his family from dock & bath Dahmer's Discount. 4tchg.5/25
Kentucky wall, boat ramp DOYLE E.'CONNERINSURANCE! furnished or unfurnished. Also
i Mabel Husbands and her house, double boat shelter, AGENCY 1 bedroom apt. furnished;W.II.
g- small house very neat. High LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering Nollman.
STIHL AND sister Olive Stevens, havemoveJto. dry lot. WAYNE DOUGLAS tchg.MINOR 6x9 $3.19: 9 X 12 .$5.98;
MANCO ,their., ,..home In
ATLAS ASSOCIATE 113 :X 12 $11.1101| 12 '* 15 only
i YARDMAN' ,' PQ1.n..l'M. Jacksonville, having sold their .. .
70 acres near Hampton on o 14.95 many patterns and FOR SALELake side cottageto
LAWN 8. GARDEN cHJ.1N'SAWS place on Lake Geneva. paved road, mostly pasture 964-6593 RESIDENTIAL renovation colors. Dahmer's Discount be moved approx. 1,000sq
: EQUIPMENT SALES. SERVICE i Sympathy !la extended to Mrs. painting, masonry car- tfchg.r ft. aluminum siding. 2 BR,
Jane LaCoste on the sudden Frame Duplex apt., good lo- pentry,' etc. Free estimates large family room. Ideal for
: FAST REPAIR SERVICE : death of her husband Stanleyon cation. Good Income property; Call 468-1047 after 6 p.m. 2tp. small family. Buford Mitchell
: PORTABLE WELDING EQUIPMENT May 16. 5/26. -$ SAVE $ Phone 964-6853. tfchg

.1 5 acres, 660' on paved road A'-'s

: CANOPY RIDING SHOP e e by 330' deep. High dry. MeAlb Homes
The man at the ned desk FRED DAVIS WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators -

: US 301 S... Across from 301 Drive-In 964-8970 hum a popular tune /but 3 bedroom home In City; 1 I SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES ter washers. --Dah.mer's .
I makes it clear: thai this doe bath kitchen living & dining Brows BUICK PONTIAC Discount House. tf/chg"

..........................................I not constitute an endorsement area, screened porch, needs Expondo Room & Add GMC TRUCKS
of itt editorial opinion, some repairs. On Room
"A' LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE FOR SALE Small house and lot.
Good location, will sacrifice.,
3 bedroom house, 1 bath. Excellent Free delivery and set up YOU A LOT" For Information call 964-8616.

very large location.corner Central lot In air-City 100 MILE RADIUS olkawagenNe" GREEN COVE SPRINGS-*- 4t 6/8.

Land Of The Double Wi des BANK FINANCINGNWY -
Large house furnished ( Use. WE NOW HAVE' diamond needles FOR RENT12 wide Mobile
will sleep 15-20( people on 17 North Green COY. Salt Service for any mnke or model homes outside city; limits. J. Band .

Wildwood Mobile Homes Inc. River Ocala National or- Tel. 284-5001 264-7311 stereo player.Dahmer's Dis- Lynn White. Ph. 9646114or
est. 1 MI.North of TIre MallGAINESVILLE count House tf/chg 964-8799. If no answer
: call 964-8874. tfchg

10 acres, with heavy growthof PUMP SERVICE WE GIVE SERVICEWe
We Are HereTO pines near Lawtey.
resultsl! List your property for

GEORGE ROBERTS SPORTS J 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired WELLS & PUMPS sale with us. Call today.-*
and cleaned at Dahmors Discount BILL POWELL BROKER:964-
REAL ESTATE MOORE BOAT FOR fast service tfchg Wells 2" and up 6464 ore 964-6810. tf/chg
PHONE 964-7826 24 Hr. service on all

421 W. MADISON ST. Starke Ph. 904-5791 makes TV sets for rent black and
HAMPTON LAKE LOTS white or color. by, week or
Outboard AStern 75 feet water front and reach- GOULDSMYERSJACOZZI! month at Dahmer's Discount.

The Purchase Of A Mobile Home Your Family Complete Drive Service and Ing Terms.from water A. J..of Thomas Lake to,Road.Tel. ) PUMPS 10 tchg. 6/29.

Witt Be Proud Of. SEWING 1 Repair. Complete Custom Fiber 964-5701 & 964-6850. tfchg Florida Pump Servta99H

glass Repair. Blvd.
MACHINE built Fiberglass Fishing PHONE; 264-5630 The Glass Shop

IA Home That Will Meet Your Needs, Your Comforts, Sales and Service Boats. Taking: applications foi Orange Park, Fla. Glass)

| And Be Sure That It's One That Is In Line With Your PFAFF ELNA Plan 42 FHA 235 FOR RENTFurnished or unfurnished For. ,...'i'\. :;, "...,..-.. .'''' .,
New Homes l'EWII New Brick 3 and 4 1 bedroom efficiency
Income.We Tablets $3.00 Money Back Gua- apartment $65. Near shopping AH CARS and TRUCES
Bedroom Homes
WHITE rantee. Koch Drug Store lOtp(
center. Phone 9648404. Installed While-U-Walt
Can for Details
$49:50 6/22 2tchg 5IlSEWING Custom Vinyl Auto Tops

Are Here To Help You Finance That.Home. up Low Down Payment 1017 N. Main G'vlII
Parts ft. Repairs on
\And We Are Now In A Position To Even Help You all oth.r Make Ma A Hole in Your Roof ndh Moderate Payments Monthly: AND PARTS MACHINE HOUSE REPAIRS CALLS.

I With Your Down Payment. chines.NATIOHM. Or A LONGCIIAMP, HOMES SHOP WORK


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Our Large Selection Puts Us In A Position Where 611 W. Univ. Ave. 1'1'' (Country

We Have A Mobile Home To Fit Into Any Budget Gainesville 378.U55, Florida ROOF Corner :&&I BLOCK BRICK STONE

.J'& J Roofing Co. LOTS,FOR SALE Starke Golf ,. ItjUft DRIVE WAYS SIDEWALKS

& Country Club ready for BLOCK/ BUILDING

Phone 964-8088 or 4734735. building on or for Investment. COLLECTOR'S ITEMS ADDITIONS. PATIOS
PUMPSNEW Hiway 301 South Lots irea approximately 1/2- BRIC A BRAC

Vfe Are Not "Wheelers And Dealers" acre and larger Paved roads 1VJ Mi. N. of, Keystone FREE ESTIMATES
AND USED only 3 minutes from town.
CaU'964-7701. 8 a.m. to S p.m. State Rd. 100 HAMPTON

tfche Bill It Jo Brunofaky, Owners
We Are The Two Country Boys BALES PARTS Phone 473-3483 4681611OLIN'S

Here To Help You SERVICED
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Water Softeners sad
90 West, Lake City

See Bitty Vernon Or Pete Peters Today. FiltersPlumbing SALES PARTS Phone 752.3723 Service /. Our Policy

... Supplies SERVICE For Best Selection Of When you buy a mobile home

should consider quality, +

Land Of The Double WidesU. ALL MAKES MINI-HOMES We give all three and guarantee ; .i 01. I
PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE HARFRED AUTO TRUCK CAMPERSAND to beat any advertised Ss"", 1 '

|is.301 North Starka Acr... From. Bradford Motor Court Our 12 foot wide. start at

PHONE 9648919HHUHB PUMP A SUPPLY CO. 509 E. University LIne Of Parts And 329500..

I Colne' .vllle 373-4373 Service Hwy. 100 We..-- Stark. 964-5606
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